Multisystem operator Globo Cabo upped subscribers by 12% to 1.5 million and reduced turnover during the fourth quarter of 2000.
Channel 4 plans to set up a separate division for its pay TV and other non-core businesses in a move to silence critics who complain that the channel, technically a pubcaster, is extending into too…
The WB has greenlit a half-hour Michigan J. Frog comedy pilot toplined by "Original King of Comedy" star-turned-Budweiser pitchman Cedric the Entertainer.
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In preparation for the cable net's evolution into CNN Money later this year, CNNfn will launch new market day programming on Feb. 26.
Talk about a power lunch: Cuba leader Fidel Castro broke bread last week with a group of Hollywood titans, including CBS Television CEO Leslie Moonves, MTV Networks chief Tom Freston and…
Nickelodeon is turning a 180-minute block of Sunday-evening programming into a showcase for tweens, kids 9-14.
Sundance Channel has acquired U.S. television rights to "New York in the Fifties," which will make its TV premiere on the web on March 23.
Longtime Carsey-Werner Co. prexy Caryn Mandabach has been made a full partner in the indie production powerhouse, which will now be known as Carsey-Werner-Mandabach.
Canada's leading TV producer Alliance Atlantis Communications has acquired Halifax-based production company Salter Street Films in a cash and shares deal worth C$82 million ($54.3 million).
The creators of "South Park," Matt Stone and Trey Parker, have signed Timothy Bottoms, an actor who bears a strong resemblance to President George W. Bush, as the star of a new Comedy Central sitcom…
The Producers Guild of America, in a boost to several awards season favorites, tapped "Almost Famous," "Billy Elliot," "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," "Erin Brockovich" and "Gladiator" as nominees…