Guylaine Saucier, chairman of the Canadian Broadcasting Corp., has resigned her post at the Canuck pubcaster, and no replacement has been named. Many observers believe Saucier's departure four months…
NBC has named Mitch Metcalf to the newly dusted-off position of program planning and scheduling chief.
While new technology demos appear set to dominate much of cable's Western Show 2000 this week, at least one network -- the new National Geographic Channel -- is trumpeting programming. The National…
Cable networks are harvesting bushels of advertising dollars for the first nine months of 2000, but a shaky stock market may stop the combined nets from reaching their goal of a record $10 billion…
U.K.-based World Sport Group and local producer Nimbus have bought exclusive three-year rights for all international cricket in Sri Lanka in a $45 million deal.
CBS has canceled "City of Angels," the Steven Bochco drama, heralded last season for its rare attempt at showcasing a predominantly minority cast.
Fox is getting chummy with former "Friends" scribe Alexa Junge and "Just Shoot Me" creator Steve Levitan. Web has greenlit 13 episodes of "Greg the Bunny," a half-hour laffer from 20th Century Fox…
Dutch TV firm Endemol has taken its first steps in China, inking a co-production deal with Procter & Gamble (China Ltd.), Shanghai STV and Sino Universal Media to produce a weekly, primetime…
While the Eye tribal council remains tight-lipped, rival scheduling toppers are weighing in on CBS' big "Survivor 2" decision. Most of the competing net skedders have placed their bets on Sundays at…
South African pubcaster SABC is to commission programming worth 80 million rand ($11 million) next year.
"Oz" creator Tom Fontana has landed a commitment at Fox to develop a high concept series about three troubled characters whisked away to a secret location and forced to live on their own under their…