Competition will be fierce between Gallic broadcasters at the L.A. Screenings this go-round as acquisition execs try to secure the latest hot American shows.
Reputations are on the line as British buyers head out to the L.A. Screenings with arguably more to gain, or lose, than ever before.
The main Canuck players don't want to tip their hands going into the L.A. Screenings, but the buzz in the TV biz in the Great White North this year is that the competition is going to be fiercer than…
Discovery Communications, which has created such brands as TLC and Animal Planet, has another on the drawing boards called Turbo.
Young viewers continue to gravitate to cable: In the 2005-06 primetime season to date, 17 cable networks have shot up by double digits among those 18 to 49, compared with only four that dropped off…
Latin American TV buyers are swooping down to the L.A. Screenings looking for programming to supplement their inhouse primetime fare.
Conan O'Brien is making a return engagement as Emmy host. Host of NBC's "Late Night" is set to emcee the 58th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, according to people familiar with the situation.
Discovery Communications has inked with Apple to offer a selection of its channels' content on iTunes.
CBS and Paramount are now separate distribution entities; Lionsgate will make its first splash as a TV distrib.
RTL Television comes to the Screenings with a big appetite for new programming but not much room.
The Producers Guild of America has set the voting sked for its 18th annual show, to be held Jan. 20 at the Century Plaza.