Media.net has landed five primetime television series -- the WB's "Smallville," "Maybe It's Me," "Gilmore Girls," CBS' "The Education of Max Bickford" and "Family Law" -- as clients of its digital…
New Line Television has secured a third season for syndie action hour "Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World," starting this fall, and sister company TNT has picked up reruns of the show's first…
The ninth annual Diversity Awards, to be held at the Hollywood & Highland Ballroom Nov. 17, will honor Showtime as the network that offers the most diverse programming.
TNT, TBS and NBC will be redrawing their basketball schedules to factor in more Washington Wizards games, now that Michael Jordan has given clear indication that he's coming out of retirement.
After nearly two decades at CNN, Frank Sesno, the news net's Washington bureau chief, has resigned to pursue other opportunities.
Japanese advertising conglom Dentsu is partnering with L.A.-based animator DIC as a co-producer on the upcoming series "Alienators: Evolution Continues," taking distribution rights in Japan and some…
Industry vets Anthony Scotti and Catherine Malatesta are launching an international TV company. The two have partnered to form Global Media Television, which will be configured as a division of…
A scheduling move designed to avoid playing games on Labor Day weekend has resulted in a year-to-year ratings boost for the National Football League, although numbers for Sunday's openers were down…
The two-hour premiere of "The Ponderosa" combined with the second-season preem of "Doc" to give Pax the highest-rated Sunday in its three-plus years on the air.
Jeff Farnath has been appointed prexy-CEO of animation firm Vinton Studios.
The first season of one of Showtime's more successful weekly series, Viacom Prods.' "The Chris Isaak Show," will get an early rerun play on VH1 beginning in November.