In its first big development deal for the 2000-01 season, UPN has given a 13-episode order to an animated comedy starring and exec produced by Howard Stern.
NBC and partner ValueVision Intl. said Wednesday that ValueVision's home shopping cable network will soon be called SnapTV -- the first time a cable channel has been named, or renamed in this case…
Former CBS prexy Kim LeMasters has joined Replay Networks as chairman and CEO of the digital video recorder service.
USA Broadcasting is expected to announce today plans for the debut of local sports and entertainment programming on its TV station in Atlanta in early November.
Just call it the feat of Clay. The Fox web has greenlit a Muhammad Ali biopic, to be produced by Robert De Niro's Tribeca Prods. and Fox TV Studios Pictures. Tribeca originally set up the project at…
Now that people on the streets of New York can look into the set of "Good Morning America," more people around the country are looking in on the telecasts.
In a move that signals the almost certain demise of the NBC sudser "Sunset Beach," the Peacock O&Os have inked a deal with Disney's Buena Vista TV for a syndie daytime strip hosted by British TV…
Helmer Thomas Carter and scribe David Mills are resurrecting Denzel Washington's detective character from 1995's "Devil in a Blue Dress" for a one-hour urban detective drama in development at ABC.
On the heels of a realignment of the top brass overseeing Sony's TV operations, Jon Feltheimer has resigned after a four-year run as prexy of the Columbia TriStar TV Group.
MGM and Turner Broadcasting have reworked a movie-library deal covering 800 United Artists titles that could lead to MGM's setting up an all-movie pay TV network as early as September 2000.