Kiwi program makers are losing patience with the government for its delay on TV quotas after a minister admitted Tuesday that nothing would be done before next year's election.
Czech media tycoon Vladimir Zelezny was detained by police Tuesday and held overnight on suspicion of attempting to financially damage a creditor.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are switching TV stations next season, abandoning Tribune's KTLA after nine years for a three-year deal with Fox-owned UPN affil KCOP.
The relaunch of "Battlestar Galactica" has been grounded, at least temporarily. The sci-fi series, being worked up for a comeback by "X-Men" director Bryan Singer through Studios USA for the Fox…
Practically ripped from today's headlines, Fox is developing a one-hour project about the Centers for Disease Control from helmer Mimi Leder and "Don't Say a Word" scribe Anthony Peckham.
Ele Juarez, managing director of Admira (formerly Telefonica Media), will head the conglom's new centralized acquisition service for all its media assets.
Director Ang Lee and Nickelodeon prexy Albie Hecht will be the top honorees at the New York Civil Liberties Union's 50th anniversary celebration tomorrow night.
In a major move to boost its presence on the Internet, Sony said Monday it has pacted with AOL Time Warner and Nokia to develop a broadband network, new forms of digital entertainment, consumer…
After only two weeks on the air, "America.01," the ABC News magazine devoted to covering the changes in the country after Sept. 11, has been put on hiatus.
Viewers turned out for a good mix of programming on the broadcast nets Sunday, with ABC's "Saving Private Ryan," CBS' "I Love Lucy" spec and the premiere of Fox's comedies all drawing big audiences.
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