Universal Worldwide Television on Friday made its official production commitment on upcoming syndie relationship strip "The Fifth Wheel."
Government plans to liberalize pay TV suffered another setback as a second new operator bailed out of the market, which some speculate is only big enough to support two or three players.
Pay-TV programmer Pramer is splitting outgoing content director Karina Castellano's job in two. The Liberty Media-owned Buenos Aires-based firm has upped Fabian Vazquez to head of programming, while…
Food Network plans to unveil 950 hours of original programming this year, including two primetime series that will debut this summer.
Soap-style dramas have long been a cornerstone of Korean television, and now independent producers may get a bigger cut of the action.
Two directors of RAI will quit the board Thursday in protest over the alleged political bias of the pubcaster's prexy, Roberto Zaccaria.
Helmer Mike Nichols, whose HBO adaptation of Margaret Edson's "Wit" bowed last weekend, is looking to bring another Pulitzer Prize-winning play to the pay cabler: Tony Kushner's "Angels in America."
Nearly 600,000 Spanish viewers have seen the future. And it's pretty boffo.
Walt Disney Television Intl. plans to offer six of Disney's animated features as a package at Mip TV in Cannes next week, marking a new direction for how the Mouse sells to overseas broadcasters.
It's no surprise that Sony Pictures Classics brass are rubbing their palms in giddy anticipation of which high treetop the domestic gross of "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" will finally land.
Negotiating TV rights to World Cup soccer, known as the beautiful game, has become an ugly business.
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