The battle began Monday for one of the world's hottest broadcast deals, as England's top 20 soccer clubs set terms for TV rights to their Premier League games.
Pearson TV and Carlton Communications are vying to acquire Talkback Prods., one of the U.K.'s leading indie comedy producers.
For his next covert mission, the "Secret Agent Man" may want to investigate what happened to his timeslot. UPN will put the spy series from producer-director Barry Sonnenfeld on hiatus after…
The Game Show Network, which has grown by 2.1 million subscribers in the last three months, will engineer its first upfront presentation to the Madison Avenue buying community, taking over the Hudson…
In a submission to a hearing on racism in the media, the South African Broadcasting Corp. (SABC) on Monday accused its white middle management of resisting post-apartheid transformation.
The BBC will pump more money into programming and give more power to program makers under the grand plan unveiled Monday by new director general Greg Dyke.
Stephen Bulka, a former literary rep at the William Morris Agency, has been tapped VP of movies and miniseries at NBC.
FROM MIP TV 2000As the Hollywood players wing their way to the French Riviera for the annual Mip TV tradeshow (April 10-14), they find themselves caught between a rock and a hard place.
Lifetime Television has greenlit "City Lights," a primetime drama set at the San Francisco Police Dept.
With television networks under the gun to stick with diversity pledges inked many weeks ago, several of TV's top execs brainstormed Thursday night about how best to keep their promises.
Matti Leshem, the USA Broadcasting exec who launched Barry Diller's experimental WAMI-TV station in Miami, is bowing AntEye.com today. Site plans to fund TV pilots with budgets of up to $100,000 and…