Robert Halmi's RHI Enterprises has agreed to an unusual two-year deal with Ion Media for hundreds of its movies and miniseries: Ion won't pay cash license fees but will share the ad revenues with RHI.
BBC America is going to the movies, engineering its first-ever TV premiere of a theatrical, Disney's Helen Mirren comedy "Calendar Girls."
TV Azteca, Mexico's No. 2 broadcaster, on Wednesday reported a 16% rise in third-quarter profit, fueled by solid revenue growth in Mexico and at its U.S. subsidiary and lower expenditures.
George Lopez, Sarah Silverman and Triumph the Insult Comic Dog are among the talent that have been added to the second annual Comedy Festival performance slate.
Former "Today" and "Dateline" personality Jane Pauley, known for her coolness under pressure, is suing the New York Times for what she contends was "deceit and duplicity" and "intentional…
In New York: Oprah Winfrey will become a "Library Lion" when the N.Y. Public Library lays on its Nov. 13 gala. Gao Xingjian, who won the Nobel Prize in 2000, the first Chinese writer to be so…
The Walt Disney Co. is in negotiations to buy the fast-growing European sports network NASN, which broadcasts live U.S. sports to several countries across the continent.
Bravo has greenlit production on hairstylist competition "Top Hair" and brought on Ben Silverman's Reveille to produce. Eight episodes have been ordered for a premiere sometime next year.
NBC is rolling out Thursday 2.0, plotting a return to four comedies on one of TV's most important nights. Starting Nov. 30, Peacock will replace the Thursday edition of "Deal or No Deal" with…
Money is the root of all disaster in "A Ton of Luck," a choppy but lively morality comedy-drama with Colombian helmer Rodrigo Triana channeling Robert Aldrich. Yarn is drawn from actual events in…
The Cable and Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia (CASBAA) on Wednesday announced during its annual convention that it's launching a group to focus on the deployment of mobile TV services in the…