Gregg Mettler is getting ready for life after "That '70s Show," inking a rich overall deal with NBC Universal Television Studio. Two-year, seven-figure pact kicks in June 1 and calls for Mettler to…
NBC U's bilingual web mun2 is reaping the benefits of its programming strategy and creative hires since its relaunch Oct. 1.
CBS News president Sean McManus named several of the net's rising stars on Thursday to some of the most visible posts in TV journalism. Correspondent Jim Axelrod, 43, was named chief White House…
Women are not keeping pace with men in British Columbia's booming film and TV production industry, according to a study conducted for the B.C. Institute of Film Professionals.
Televisa's legal battle with Univision is heating up after the Mexican media giant asked an L.A. court to end its contentious 25-year programming deal with the Spanish-language U.S. network. Televisa…
One of British TV's key creatives, ITV drama topper Nick Elliott, will retire at the end of 2007 after more than 40 years in TV.
Youth-skewed U.K. digital web E4 has bought firstrun broadcast rights to U.S. drama "Ghost Whisperer," which will subsequently air on the Disney-owned British web ABC1.
German paybox Premiere, hit hard by the loss of top local Bundesliga soccer rights, has parted ways with sports exec Hans Mahr after only five months.
Another huge "American Idol" and series-best scores for rookie crime drama "Bones" helped Fox carry its two hours of primetime on Wednesday, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
The Writers Guild of America West has filed an unfair labor practices complaint with the federal government, alleging that networks and reality show producers are illegally interfering with the…