"Grounded for Life" will stay grounded at Fox a little longer, while "Undeclared" has been given a vote of confidence by the web before it even premieres.
Fox has delivered marching orders: LMNO Prods. reality skein "Boot Camp" will report for duty March 28 to air in the suddenly hot Wednesday night slot about to be vacated by "Temptation Island."
The broadcast division of Toronto-based Alliance Atlantis Communications has undergone some executive reorganization in preparation for launching a raft of new specialty TV channels later this year.
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TV producers say the government is dragging its feet on an audiovisual law that will give them more rights.
Saying that the TV industry is not doing enough to shield children from violent shows, Sen. Fritz Hollings (D-S.C.) reintroduced legislation Thursday that gives the government teeth to bar such shows…
Jon Helmrich, senior VP of E! Entertainment Intl., is leaving the cabler as a result of a revamp under E! prexy and CEO Mindy Herman. Herman, who herself gained international experience while working…
NBC research and media development prexy Alan Wurtzel has been appointed to head up the net's broadcast content policy division.
German TV outfit MME Entertainment has taken a majority stake in movie producer Neue Impuls Film to broaden its production activities.
Boosted by "Survivor: The Australian Outback," CBS News' "Early Show" was the only ayemcast last week to gain in households, viewers and all key demos compared with the same period last year. The…
BSkyB has bought the pay TV rights to the "Stars Wars" film series in a deal worth £12 million ($17.5 million). The hefty payout gives the satcaster the remastered versions of the original trilogy -…
Unhappy with how it's allowed to sell the U.K. broadcasting rights to World Cup soccer, Kirch is taking its case to the European court of justice.