The U.K.'s TV regulator has come out in opposition to BSkyB's $1 billion bid for Manchester United soccer club, an opinion that will carry some weight with the Monopolies and Mergers Commission…
Trilogy Entertainment Group has inked a three-year, exclusive development pact with New Line Television that includes a first-look component with New Line's sibling, Time Warner-owned cabler TNT.
Commercial web Vox will invest $178 million in new fare this year.
ABC's heavily promoted sweeps-month multiple-parter "Storm of the Century" has fallen well short of blockbuster numbers, but the opener of the Stephen King-penned three-parter still managed to blow…
MTV Europe has unveiled its three new music channels for the U.K. and Irish markets, due to bow as part of a total six-channel bouquet on SkyDigital by July 1.
NBC has taken the unusual step of selling VH1 cable rights to its miniseries "The '60s" before the network's exclusive window is up and before NBC even runs the mini for a second time.
German children's channel the Kinderkanal is hoping to continue its recent ratings momentum by introducing German kids to the "Teletubbies."
For the first time since it was established 15 years ago, Lifetime -- the cabler with "Television for Women" as its tagline -- has a woman at its helm.
Sportscaster Marv Albert, who lost his job after he admitted that he bit a woman during sex, will be back behind the mike thanks to Turner Sports.
Charles Sheen is in final negotiations to make his TV debut starring with Joe Pantoliano, Teri Polo and Dwayne Martin in "Sugar Hill," a sitcom created by Gary David Goldberg for DreamWorks.
Rosie Perez has signed a deal with Columbia TriStar TV to create and star in a sitcom about the life of a New York actress. The Perez deal, worth more than $1 million, is one of the first major…