Chuck Dolan's WE: Women's Entertainment has bought exclusive cable rights to the 81 rerun half-hours of Twentieth TV's "Two Guys & a Girl."
Vivendi Universal paybox Canal Plus has filed a U.S. federal lawsuit accusing News Corp-controlled NDS, the global market leader in conditional access software systems, of deliberately abetting the…
TV advertising sales fell 13% in the U.K. in the final quarter of 2001. Overall, the year was off 11% on 2000, down $601 million to sales of $4.95 billion.
Primetime vets Tori Spelling, Tiffani Thiessen and Kelly Rutherford are plotting their returns to the small screen via projects for Fox and the WB, while martial arts thesp Russell Wong ("Romeo Must…
ECM, the London-based company that sells the franchise rights country by country to such shows as "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" and "Weakest Link," has hired TV distributor Bob Jacobs as head of…
Abandon Entertainment and online game producer Mythic Entertainment have established a joint venture to acquire and produce television shows exploitable across all entertainment platforms.
The William Morris Agency has never closed its London office. Ben Silverman was the head of packaging for international TV. Information was incorrect in Friday’s paper. Also, the name of William…
Daytime viewers will soon stop seeing red -- "The Sally Jessy Raphael Show" is calling it quits after this season.
Paramount will harvest an unprecedented bumper crop of publicity for its Nickelodeon-produced "Clockstoppers" theatrical movie when 13 cable networks -- including MTV, Nickelodeon and VH1 -…
Nearly 40 million viewers tuned in to watch Sunday's controversial two-hour CBS spec "9/11"-- proving that auds are still keenly interested in programming related to the September terror attacks.
Cable subscribers couldn't get enough of the profanity-laced harangues of Brian Dennehy as Bobby Knight in ESPN's first original TV movie "A Season on the Brink," which aired Sunday.