New media, the influx of advertising execs and a robust market for U.S. dramas all fueled attendance at the 23rd Mipcom TV bazaar, up 7% to 13,295.
The Peacock is expected to announce today that it plans to sell a large portion of its longtime 34-acre Burbank home and move across the street from Universal Studios, which the company acquired as…
MTV's bisexual dating show starring Net sensation Tila Tequila is off to a fast start in the ratings.
Male-centric cablers G4 and Mojo are no longer holding out for "Heroes."
ABC and Sony are taking an unusual approach to tubthumping the upcoming Zadan/Meron production of "A Raisin in the Sun."
Disney Channel has greenlit a special agent-themed animated series for its "Playhouse Disney" preschool block.
CBS is teaming with "American Idol" producer FremantleMedia North America for a new version of the classic quizzer "Password" to be known as "Million Dollar Password."
Fox is a true believer in "The Church of Reggie," picking up a put pilot from "Arrested Development" alum Chuck Tatham about a guy who starts his own religion.
Lifetime is moving to corner the market in first network windows of women-oriented theatricals, locking up "No Reservations," "The Nanny Diaries" and "The Jane Austen Book Club."
"Medium" creator Glenn Gordon Caron has reupped with CBS Paramount Network Television in a seven-figure overall deal that runs through May 2009.
NBC is showing some love to all four of its new dramas, while CBS seems to be sticking by "Cane."