Court TV has bought the basic-cable rerun rights to the hard-edged crime series "Profiler" and has commissioned a reality series called "Forensic Files."
Call them TV's newest comedy duo: Nina Wass and Gene Stein have parked their recently launched production company at Touchstone Television.
Lifetime, two months away from launching the 24-hour cable-network spinoff Lifetime Real Women, has named Bill Brand to the new post of senior VP, reality programming. He has resigned as VP of…
Scribe Rick Swartzlander has inked a two-year overall development deal with Artists Television Group. Pact, valued in seven figures, calls for Swartzlander to create, develop and produce series…
The European Commission has amended its rules on the financial transparency of public service providers, including pubcasters, requiring them to separate commercial and public service accounts. This…
Independents Down Under and in the Great White North are teaming to produce a Tween live-action TV series called "The Saddle Club," based on the popular series of children's books by Bonnie Bryant…
CBS will park its fall sitcom "Welcome to New York," which begins lensing imminently, at Silvercup Studios East. "Welcome" is a comedy about an Indiana weatherman who comes to the Big Apple.
Regional channels are all the rage in India. Mumbai-based Asian Television Network is planning Rajasthani, Gujarati and Punjabi language channels. ATN World is a Bengali language channel that…
The off-network run of "Just Shoot Me" is three-quarters of the way toward being cleared for a 2001 syndie debut --- and it's tracking to bring in "Seinfeld"-like coin.
ONdigital had 740,000 paying subscribers as of June 30, on track to meet the stated target of 1 million customers by Christmas. That, however, is still well behind satcaster BSkyB, which posted 3.4…
CBC Television is making a musical chairs-style executive shuffle in its news and current affairs department Friday. Heaton Dyer, Cynthia Kinch, Alison Smith, Nigel Gibson, Liz Hughes and Maria…