"Ugly Betty" has finally found her way to China.
ABC News is revisiting its Iraq war report series "Where Things Stand" on the five-year anniversary of the invasion with "Iraq Five Years Later: Where Things Stand."
France's Calt Intl., the sales company behind Euro TV smash hit "Camera Cafe," has initiated sales on its latest short-format production, "Women!"
Starz has bought exclusive pay TV rights to four movies produced and distributed by Bob Yari, led by "Even Money," with Danny DeVito, Kim Basinger, Tim Roth and Ray Liotta.
U.K. commercial broadcaster ITV is winding up its standalone sales arm, Granada Intl., as it overhauls its rights exploitation, merchandising and licensing activities.
Few new shows have generated much excitement so far this year, but Fox's lie-detector series "The Moment of Truth" has been an exception.
Russian television holding CTC Media confirmed Tuesday that it's expanding its reach in the territory with the acquisition of local channel DTV for $395 million.
"Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" is up for grabs again, after parent company 2waytraffic confirmed that it is in discussions regarding a possible sale.
News Corp. and NBC Universal's online vid service Hulu is set to tear off the wrapping paper Wednesday, officially launching with content from several new partners, including Warner Bros. TV Group…
The Academy of TV Arts & Sciences has sealed a long-awaited 10-year pact with Anschutz Entertainment Group to move the Emmy Awards to downtown's Nokia Theater.
With one strike settled and another potentially looming, feature production around Los Angeles is on the rise. TV production, meanwhile, is only slowly returning to normal levels.