Lincoln D. Bandlow has been named attorney of legal affairs for Carsey-Werner. Bandlow, who had been with Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, where he specialized in media law and First Amendment matters, will…
Producer Peter Engel has extended his pact with NBC Enterprises, agreeing to a new five-year deal that potentially will add primetime series to his current teen-oriented Saturday morning slate.
Who's sorry now? Maybe Twentieth TV. Fox's syndie arm is developing an offbeat gameshow that (tentatively) borrows its title from Connie Francis' rueful 1958 hit.
In an effort to streamline his campaign finance reform bill, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) temporarily has dropped a demand that broadcasters set aside a chunk of free airtime for political commercials.
Universal's buyout of Viacom's 50% stake in the USA Networks could yield a surprise revenue generator: the Sci-Fi Channel.
Comedy Central has quietly renewed its animated comedy series "South Park" for a second order of 13 episodes in the wake of ratings that cement the show as the most successful homegrown program in…
Less than two weeks after New Regency Prods. finalized a deal to relocate from Warner Bros. to the 20th Century Fox lot, the production company inked an exclusive, multiyear agreement with HBO.
Mary Ann Halford has been named senior vice president and general manager of Canal Fox and Fox Kids Latin America, the Fox Television Network announced.
Lars Weiss, one of the founding members of national commercial channel TV4 Sweden, is ankling his position as head of programs at year-end.
CBS and Fox both debuted their Sunday night lineups, and CBS predictably took the night in households, while Fox won in the key adults 18-49 demo, according to preliminary national numbers.
ABC has ordered a Universal TV comedy pilot starring musician Kirk Franklin and executive produced by "Moesha's" Ralph Farquhar.