It's Election Night 2000, and General Electric topper Jack Welch decides to pay a visit to NBC News headquarters, one of his empire's many divisions.
Either there's a bug going around the set of "Becker," or it's contract renegotiation time: The CBS laffer's five supporting cast members called in sick Wednesday.
Scribe-producer Terry George ("The District") has inked a pilot development deal with Viacom Prods. and CBS.
Azteca America, a U.S. Spanish-lingo network, has finally launched -- but with just one station covering Los Angeles.
In an effort to become more cost-efficient, TNT will lay off approximately 15 staffers in its West Coast Originals group. The cuts will hit business affairs, development, accounting and production…
Two of the country's largest public television stations -- Thirteen/WNET and WLIW 21 -- have agreed to merge operations.
Syndie auds lined up to see Kelly Ripa's return to "Live! With Regis & Kelly" after her multi-week maternity leave.
CBS is shifting its controversial reality skein "Big Brother 2" to a later timeslot.
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Maya Entertainment, a Bombay-based digital studio, has opened a production facility in Los Angeles.
Indian animation and graphics company Pentamedia Graphics is set to launch kids channel Splash on Aug. 17.