"Tuesdays With Morrie" author Mitch Albom is moving into series television, inking a deal with CBS to create an hourlong drama about the worlds of TV and print journalism.
Court TV is bucking conventional industry wisdom by canceling a high-rated new show. Cabler announced Monday that it would no longer air "Confessions," the half-hour series that featured actual…
Three weeks after CNN News Group shuffled its executive ranks, the cable news network Monday unveiled more management changes to complete the restructuring.
Sky PerfecTV, Japan's only direct-to-home satellite platform, will go public on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Oct. 20. IPO will help Sky PerfecTV, with more than 2.3 million subscribers, gear up for…
It's official: TV Academy members will once again cast votes from their own couches rather than the confines of a Beverly Hills hotel next year.
The Catalonia Intl. Film Festival in Sitges will launch Mediamed, its first mini co-production market specializing in TV fiction, features and docus, Oct. 7-8.
Hearst-Argyle Television co-CEO Bob Marbut will resign at the end of the year, leaving prexy/co-chief exec David Barrett as the company's sole topper.
USA Network has hired feature film producer exec Cari-Esta Albert as development veep of original series, a newly created position based in Los Angeles overseeing comedy and drama series development…
The FX cable network has handed Howard Stern a second 13-episode order of his raunchy half-hour comedy "Son of the Beach."
Prolific novelist James Ellroy ("L.A. Confidential") has elected to exec produce "Detour," based on the book by Cheryl Crane and Cliff Jahr, for ABC television. Pic would rep his first such effort.
The Delaware Supreme Court has upheld the World Wrestling Federation's programming shift from USA Networks to Viacom.