Sports programmer TeleRed Imagen (Trisa) has signed a $33 million deal with the Argentine Football Assn. for rights to games, possibly ending a crippling strike by helping the AFA pay $30 million in…
Yugoslav prosecutors have charged Dragoljub Milanovic, former chief of the state network Radio Television Serbia, with the manslaughter of 16 employees killed when NATO missiles destroyed RTS studios…
How do you improve upon success? That's the question facing Jonathan Wald, who in May took over the reins of the "Today" show from its previous executive producer, Jeff Zucker.
Fledgling broadcaster SPH MediaWorks is investing $9 million to produce content for mainland China.
Reality TV continues its worldwide domination, with Hungary the latest to fall under its sway. Viewers have taken to "Bar," a local version of "Big Brother," and the American-made "Survivor" as if…
Where's the weakest link? Hong Kong's dueling terrestrial channels are about to find out. On July 29, more than 2,000 people queued up in 95-degree heat outside the headquarters of TVB, the city's…
Sales and production house Southern Star has survived the European cutbacks in Oz TV content by restructuring, cost-cutting and strapping itself to the Dutch Endemol reality juggernaut.
Film producer Mark Johnson ("What Lies Beneath") has sealed a three-year deal with Columbia TriStar TV to produce primetime series at the studio.
Paul Haggis has up and left his "Family." The executive producer will part ways with the CBS drama "Family Law," which enters its third season this fall. Stephen Nathan and David Shore, who have been…
Michael J. Fox will have a fiancee when he returns to "Spin City" this fall: Former "Wonder Years" star Olivia d'Abo.
Survival was very much on the mind of Charlie Ergen on Monday as the EchoStar topper said he fears cable will soundly conquer the U.S. satellite TV biz unless his company is able to merge with larger…