Court TV has signed Nash Entertainment to produce 13 hourlong episodes of "Most Shocking," a reality series focusing on videos of actual crimes.
Cox Communications, the fourth largest cable operator, has signed a deal to make TiVo's DVR and interactive-advertising services available to Cox subscribers with DVR boxes.
Oz's Hollywood-backed feevee movie web Showtime has begun work on a one-hour drama series set in a brothel, with the working title "Satisfaction."
Telefe Intl., Argentina's biggest TV programming exporter, has hired Diana Coifman as senior sales executive for Europe to tap growing demand for content and formats in that region.
China's love affair with period soaps continues unabated, only these days it is mixed with modern marketing. Producers of a remake of the classic 1987 TV skein "A Dream of Red Mansions" held a gala…
Anytime, a Singapore-based on-demand channel, has secured an undisclosed investment from Intel Capital, the venture capital arm of the Intel Corp., to launch an on-demand broadband platform…
The Irish Film Board has received an extra $3 million from John O'Donoghue, Ireland's minister for arts, sports & tourism, bringing its 2006 allocation to $24.8 million.
CBS has struck a deal with 20th Century Fox TV and Warner Bros. to stream episodes of shows including "The Unit" and "The Class" online in a bid to build the audience for the skeins.
Bennett Coleman Co.'s lifestyle and entertainment channel Zoom will present the Indian leg of the international Elite Model Look 2006 contest in an eponymous reality format.
Seven Network's Internet joint venture Yahoo!7 is bowing interactive skein "PS Trixi," billed as "a cross between an online drama and an interactive game."
Dick Cavett, whose latenight ABC talkshow from 1969-72 featured interviews with some of the most famous people in the world, is back on Turner Classic Movies, with Mel Brooks on the hot seat for a…