It was a traditional sitcom that stole the show at the CBS Paramount screening session, as some 300 foreign program buyers convened Tuesday on the studio lot to see that company's new offerings for…
Comedic telenovela "La Fea mas bella," the Mexican version of Colombian soap "Yo soy Betty la fea," helped top U.S. Hispanic web Univision beat either ABC or NBC in young demos on four out of seven…
Russia is finally getting its own, homegrown "Law & Order." Commercial station NTV will format two of the franchise installments -- "Criminal Intent" and "SVU" -- via an agreement with NBC Universal…
The Quill Awards, the only national literary prizes voted on by the American public, has extended its partnership with NBC.
As parity pervades the primetime ratings wars, the question of who's No. 1 carries less significance. But three broadcasters can each make a good argument that it's the net to watch heading into…
After returning to Wednesday for a year, the Grammy Awards will be back on Sunday night next year, airing Feb. 11 on CBS. Ceremony again will be held at Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Industry people who want to publicly vent about television without attaching their names now have their chance. Bravo's Brilliant But Canceled Web site, which opened for business Tuesday, includes a…
Describing herself as "passionate about the arts," PBS topper Paula Kerger plans to increase arts programming and coverage -- assuming, of course, that FCC indecency cops don't get in the way.
Tuning In: In the cult sci-fi classic "The Omega Man," Charlton Heston is a lone surviving adult male surrounded by a virally infected horde of homicidal mutants. In the primetime season to come, men…
TV movies made in Germany have drawn level with Hollywood movie fare in terms of auds, but they are still struggling for the image they deserve with broadcasters, producers opined at the Medienforum…