France's two biggest cable operators, Noos and NC Numericable, are for sale -- and AOL Time Warner or Liberty Media could end up the buyer.
If all goes according to plan, Japanese manga comic strip titles like "Initial D" or "GTO -- Great Teacher Onizuka," will soon be almost as ubiquitous in the States as they are on their home turf…
Teens are so not keen on network TV that some webheads are starting to do something about it. After all, today's Clearasil users are tomorrow's car buyers. This pilot season's focus on family-centric…
Washington will be the main attraction at this week's confab of the National Assn. of Broadcasters in Las Vegas.
A buttoned-down economist would recoil in horror at the financial risks taken by the average TV movie. Because telepic ratings have fallen faster, on average, than sitcoms and dramas in recent years…
Discovery Asia's third First-time Filmmaker initiative in the region focuses on mainland China, a market offering huge potential for the network.
TV's raging love affair with all things retro continues: CBS is bringing back the cast of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" for a one-hour reunion special set to air next month. Spec is the latest effort…
It's no joke: Latenight laffer "Mad TV" will be back for two more seasons. Fox has renewed the Saturday night sketch comedy franchise through the 2003-04 season, the network confirmed Thursday…
Griffin Dunne is set to star in ABC's "What Leonard Comes Home To," while Jere Burns is joining the cast of NBC's "Good Morning, Miami" pilot.
TNT has hired Michael Wright, a veteran developer of TV movies at CBS, to fill the new post of senior VP of movies and miniseries.
The FCC sided with broadcasters against EchoStar Thursday, ruling the satcaster can't carry local TV stations to consumers over a second satellite dish even if the dish is free.