Hearst Entertainment has pinned down key NBC O&Os clearance deals in L.A. and Gotham for upcoming lifestyle series "Famous Homes and Hideaways," which now looks solid for a launch in the fall.
The BBC has sold all 365 episodes of "Teletubbies" to Russian pubcaster RTR, the first time the entire kids TV series has been licensed in one go.
Satcaster BSkyB and California-based TiVo have formed an alliance to bring the latter's video recorders to the U.K., the first international market to receive the state-of-the-art machines.
France's television regulatory body, the Conseil Superieur de l'Audiovisuel (CSA), is coming under increasing fire over its decision to allow Internet sites, including those devoted to cinema, to…
ABC took control of the February sweeps race in adults 18-49 with a decisive victory over NBC last week as five episodes of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" and strong movie perfs proved the…
Craig Hunegs has been upped to exec VP of Warner Bros. Television, a newly created post that makes him the studio's No. 2 exec under topper Peter Roth.
The Screen Actors Guild on Friday will auction off all rights to the former syndie actioner "Dream Team." Series folded with the producer owing actors hundreds of thousands of dollars to its thesps…
Fox has greenlit production on a half-hour comedy pilot from "Simpsons" exec producer Mike Scully, with standup Robert Schimmel attached to star.
The February crown is ABC's to lose at this point, as the Alphabet network is expected this morning to declare its first February sweeps victory among young adults in almost a decade -- and first…
Prolific skeinmakers Dan Staley and Rob Long ("Cheers") have decided to stay at the place where everybody knows their names, inking a new multiyear deal with Paramount Network Television.
As part of its $350 million multiyear commitment to original programming, Cartoon Network will add four half-hour series to its primetime lineup through 2001 and has ordered nearly 120 new episodes…