In a sign that gimmicks are no longer necessary for foreign players seeking attention at NATPE, British conglom Carlton will retire its famous red double-decker bus after this year's confab.
Universal Worldwide Television is bringing dating show "Blind Date" back for its fourth syndie season this fall, with station deals repping coverage of more than 85% of the country.
Tribune Entertainment and Fireworks Entertainment on Monday declared their weekly syndicated drama "Ultimate Adventure Company" a firm go for a fall debut, with Tribune Broadcasting's TV stations…
Studios USA Domestic TV has renewed its frosh psychic strip "Crossing Over With John Edward" for a second season and upped its original episode order for each season by six weeks.
Hal Holbrook soon could have his day in "Court."
Warner Bros. TV publicity topper Sharan Magnuson has been elected chair of the Television Publicity Executive Committee.
Publishing group Handelsblatt has lifted its stake in news web N-TV from 28.5% to 47.33%.
Europe's commissioner for culture, Viviane Reding, will unveil the first draft of controversial European Union-wide TV laws at the European Culture Council on May 23.
The last independent television station in Russia, TV-6, shuttered Monday night after the Media Ministry revoked its broadcast licence. The move came just hours after station bosses rejected a…
U.S. cabler Liberty Media is reportedly in talks to buy cash-strapped kidvidder EM.TV's 45% stake in Herbert Kloiber's Tele Munchen Group (TMG), owner of Germany's second largest film library.
Rupert Murdoch has signaled that he does not intend to withdraw from Kirch's loss-making pay TV web Premiere World.
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