AMC is creating a niche cable network, but with a difference -- the program service will make its debut on the World Wide Web on May 1, months before it appears as a 24-hour cable channel.
France's leading TV network, TF1, was the big winner at the 12th edition of the 7 D'Or Television Awards (the French equivalent of the Emmy Awards).
Paramount Network TV has signed an exclusive two-year overall deal with writer Daniel Petrie Jr., president of the Writer's Guild of America West.
The rookie Fox sitcom "Damon" has cooled somewhat in its second try, retaining 86% of its adults 18-49 lead-in from "The Simpsons" vs. a 95% retention for "Damon's" premiere the previous Sunday.
South Africa has just awarded its first commercial TV license to a consortium that involves Time Warner as a minority partner.
Welcome home, Howard Stern? Sources say a deal for Stern to host a Saturday latenight vehicle for the CBS O&Os could be announced as early as this week.
Comedian Drew Carey is showing his libertarian leanings and will enjoy a little civil disobedience before lunch today.
The WB netlet has pulled the plug on its midseason drama "Three," and will launch a new comedy block in its Monday 9-10 p.m. slot in April, the network has confirmed.
Heading into the 60-day countdown to launch, Twentieth TV has named key production staffers for its syndie latenight strip with NBA great Earvin (Magic) Johnson.
It's a match for "Match Game" and the CBS O&Os in Gotham and L.A. this fall.
David Duchovny's long-desired wish has finally come true: "The X-Files" is officially packing up and moving its production base from Vancouver, B.C., to Los Angeles for the sixth season of the Fox…