A relatively subdued Ben Silverman started to put his stamp on NBC Monday, revamping the net's fall sked and unveiling a development slate that includes everything from a Norman Lear dramedy to a new…
POSTED BY STUART LEVINE Isaiah Washington, recently fired from "Grey’s Anatomy," will be returning to primetime this fall. Washington will have a regular role in NBC’s "The Bionic Woman" starting in…
Some staffers will be paying the price for ProSiebenSat 1's $4.4 billion takeover of pan-European group SBS Broadcasting. The German TV conglom will lay off some 300 employees,
The deputy head of a Bertelsmann publishing group in Russia has been found stabbed to death in her summer cottage outside Moscow.
RTL program sales offshoot FremantleMedia Enterprises has struck a cluster of program licensing deals with Asian broadcasters.
The NBC Universal syndie talkshows hosted by Maury Povich and Jerry Springer have engineered renewals on their biggest TV-station groups, Tribune and Sinclair, through the 2009-10 season.
China International Television Corporation (CITVC) and the Cable & Satellite Broadcasting Association of Asia (CASBAA) have reskedded the Int'l Sports Television Forum 2007.
Two successful syndicated off-network series, Buena Vista TV's "Scrubs" and Warner Bros. Domestic TV's "Without a Trace," have picked up two-year renewals.
ABC Family has greenlit the TV movie "The Circuit," which stars Billy Campbell ("The 4400") as a fading stock car racer.
Swedish production company Bringiton and China Entertainment Television have developed shopping reality show "Big Time Spender," making Bringiton one of the rare Euro players in China.
E! is headed to the Dogg house. Cabler has greenlit production on a half-hour reality skein focusing on hip-hop superstar Calvin Broadus Jr., aka Snoop Dogg.