Channel 4, Blighty's hybrid pubcaster famed for its risk taking shows, has outlined a blueprint for the future, involving the creation of a £50 million ($100 million) fund to bankroll content for…
Sony Pictures Entertainment looks set to acquire "Who Wants To Be a Millionaire" owner 2waytraffic, for an initial consideration of £114.3 million ($232.7 million) in cash.
"Bro Search," a new Web series from comedian Dax Shepard, debuts today on Break.com.
Eager to harvest more dollars from Madison Avenue, six of the major cable operators are working together to create a company that would allow advertisers to buy time across hundreds of cable systems.
BermanBraun scored dueling pieces of good news Wednesday, landing a return date for ABC gamer ``Duel'' and earning a pickup for a new reality competish on NBC.
Movie news net ReelzChannel has acquired reruns of Jon Lovitz starrer "The Critic," an animated show by longtime "The Simpsons" writers Al Jean and Mike Reiss.
Sony Pictures TV Intl. is cranking out its first scripted skein for Mexican media giant, Televisa.
ABC Studios has passed out vice prexy stripes to drama exec Brian Harvey and comedy exec Patrick Maguire.
Argentine comedian Jorge Guinzburg of popular TV programs like "La noticia rebelde" (Rebel News) and "El legado" (The Legacy) died March 12 of a lung infection in Buenos Aires.
Startup broadcaster La Sexta has snagged Spanish rights to Formula One motor racing for five seasons starting in 2009. Value of the deal was not announced.
New York PBS affiliate Thirteen/WNET is having an arty party with "SundayArts," a new show premiering March 23 and hosted by no less than WNET prexy-CEO Neal Shapiro, the former president of NBC News.