HBO will find out in the next few weeks whether basic cable is ready to pay through both nostrils for reruns of the raunchiest sitcom in the history of showbiz, "Sex and the City."
Staff members at pubcaster ABC are on the verge of mutiny after cuts to budgets in key departments. Company's still reeling from a 12% budget cut imposed by the conservative federal government and a…
As distributors begin picking their projects for NATPE, heat is centering on Big Ticket Television's Caroline Rhea project, to which Big Ticket's owner Paramount gave the thumbs-up last week. Buzz on…
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Former "Seinfeld" scribe Carol Leifer is joining Mitchell Hurwitz as exec producer and showrunner of a newly revamped Ellen DeGeneres comedy which could pop up on CBS as early as next spring.
NBC is close to ordering a full season of its critically acclaimed frosh drama "Ed," Fox has shelved its struggling Friday frightfest "Freakylinks" for all but one week of the monthlong November…
Heather Kadin has segued from Tom Shadyac's Shady Acres Entertainment to ABC as the net's new vice president of TV movies and minis. Kadin will report to Susan Lyne, exec VP of motion pictures for…
Rogers Communications subsid Rogers Cable has signed a three-year broadcasting license agreement with California-based interactive TV company Wink Communications.
Telemundo Network has upped Jorge Hidalgo to senior vice president of sports.
Texas Gov. George W. Bush's appearance on "The Late Show With David Letterman" boosted the CBS show to its best household, viewer and demo delivery since the night of the "Survivor" finale.
Grupo Televisa saw third-quarter net sales rise to 5.02 billion pesos ($528 million), up 7.5% on the same period in 1999.
Spring Creek Television has inked a two-year overall deal with Alliance Atlantis to produce movies and minis for both broadcast and cable outlets. In conjunction with the announcement, Robin Forman…