The BBC greenlit the sale of its commercial facilities house, BBC Resources, on Wednesday in a move expected to raise around $300 million for the cash-strapped pubcaster.
Channel 4 and its movie arm Film4 have partnered with Edinburgh's Traverse Theater to help new writers and directors make the transition between stage and screen.
UK drama producer and distrib Power has struck a deal with Mexico's TV Azteca to supply the No. 2 web with more than 120 hours of primetime miniseries and drama programming.
Fans of FX's "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" won't have to wait until September to get a dose of the show's dense deviants.
HBO and David Milch are prepping what could be the scribe's next project, and it's a return to familiar territory: the realm of New York City cops.
No lie: Fox has ordered seven episodes of the fact-finding gamer "Nothing But the Truth."
History Channel has beefed up its programming department by hiring Dirk Hoogstra and Charles Nordlander and promoting Dolores Gavin.
Fox News Channel is getting out of the comedy game, canceling its news parody "The Half Hour News Hour" after a 15-episode run.
Mandy Patinkin's exit from "Criminal Minds" will stretch a bit longer than originally anticipated.
Theater actor and costume designer George W. Drew died July 8 of cancer.
Univision's first presidential debate took a step closer to fruition Tuesday as Democratic hopefuls Barack Obama and John Edwards agreed to participate in the Sept. 9 forum.