CBS' top two reality shows are getting a second life on cable. GSN is in final negotiations to pick up cable rights to all seven seasons of "The Amazing Race," while Comcast-owned Outdoor Life…
Former Universal Pictures exec Mark Pearson is joining 20th Century Fox TV in the newly created role of senior VP for brand and franchise management.
CBS has shuffled its drama development exec roster, naming two new execs to the department under topper Laverne McKinnon.
The National Hockey League, which lost the entire 2004-05 season to a labor dispute, got high-sticked by ESPN, which said it will not pick up its option to carry NHL games next season for $60 million.
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has unionized the crew of Oxygen Networks' upcoming "Campus Ladies" from Campus Ladies Prods.
Both off-network and firstrun surfaced bigtime in the TV syndication business on Monday.
ABC hauled in $2.7 billion in advertising commitments for the coming season, a 30% increase from 2004, driven by a spate of hit shows including "Desperate Housewives," "Grey's Anatomy" and "Lost."
The bowtie is back. Conservative pundit Tucker Carlson's MSNBC primetime skein, "The Situation With Tucker Carlson," will bow June 13 at 9/10 p.m. PT. The show will dissect the news of the day with…
Spanish-language music net MTV Latin America has launched two online initiatives -- mtvla.com live and Mercado negro (Black Market).
Playboy TV Latin America, a subsid of pan-regional pay TV programmer Claxson Interactive Group, will operate and distribute the adult nets of Private Media Group in Latin America.
Fox served up some promising numbers Monday night for "Hell's Kitchen," the first of a flurry of unscripted series to bow on the broadcast nets over the next few weeks.