A trio of top television creatives took time out from the industry's annual upfront presentations Wednesday to bite the hand that feeds them. With labor unrest intensifying, the exec producers and…
Multiple platforms has been one of the hottest topics at broadcast and cable network upfronts this week. Tepid might be the word at Univision.
Nobody has touched Fox on Tuesday since "American Idol" bowed in mid-January, but CBS has put up the best fight. The season finales of military-themed dramas "NCIS" and "The Unit" scored the Eye a…
Canuck thesps union ACTRA announced CBC-TV host and journalist Wendy Mesley will receive the ACTRA John Drainie Award at this year's Banff World Television Fest, which runs June 11-14.
In a first for the Oz biz, 20th Century Fox Television Distribution has signed a long-term programming pact with free-to-air web Network Ten and paybox Foxtel.
ESPN has reached an agreement for multiplatform domestic and international rights through 2009 for the UEFA Champions League soccer tournament.
Production company HandMade Films has been listed on London's Alternative Investment Market.
The ratings for most syndicated shows were flat to slightly lower in the week ended May 7, the first full week of the sweep.
Fox blew away the competition as usual on Tuesday with "American Idol" and "House," while CBS dramas "NCIS" and "The Unit" ended their seasons with respectable second-place finishes.
Axing its Sunday movie franchise after 22 years, CBS will rely on the "Rhyming Bruckheimers" to get back into the series game. Eye execs believe the three Jerry Bruckheimer-produced skeins -- "The…
Gary Smith's Intandem Films has struck a deal with producer Chris Chrisafis to relaunch the venerable British "Carry On" franchise with "Carry On London."