The Television Assn. of Programmers, Latin America, has elected MTV Latin America managing director-exec VP Antoinette Zel to the chair.
HBO has scrapped its plans to sell a sanitized-rerun version of "Sex and the City" to basic cable for five-a-week play in September 2002.
Looks like the Eye will thrive -- not just survive -- on Thursdays. CBS' gamble of placing its juggernaut franchise "Survivor" opposite NBC's dominant "Friends" has paid off with a round-one victory…
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MGM's long search for a cable TV business partner paid off Thursday, as the Lion announced an $825 million cash deal for a 20% stake in four webs controlled by Cablevision Systems -- American Movie…
German commercial web RTL has signed a preliminary agreement to distribute its group channels and product from RTL New Media via Primacom's cable systems.
John Malone's pay TV network Starz! has pulled in Shooting Gallery as a linchpin of the most elaborate programming strategy yet for Starz! Cinema, the channel's 20-month-old mini-pay clone.
Discovery Networks Latin America/Iberia has announced production plans for four original biographies of Latino personalities this year to air on People + Arts, one of its two joint-venture networks…
Columbia TriStar International Television Ad Sales will handle U.S.-based pan-regional sales efforts for E! Entertainment Television Latin America.
The Czech Republic Parliament is to name an interim director for troubled pubcaster Czech Television on Feb. 9, after five weeks of turmoil that brought thousands into the streets to protect the…
NBC News reporters David Gregory and Campbell Brown have been named White House correspondents, replacing Claire Shipman, who is expected to leave the Peacock for ABC.
Russian political party the Union of Rightist Forces has put up $120,000 as prize money in a contest for film and TV scripts showing the country in a positive light. Winners will net a top prize of…