European entertainment giant Endemol, maker of "Big Brother" and "Deal or No Deal," has inked a deal to buy back Endemol France from Spanish parent group Telefonica for up to E450 million ($570…
New bows "House," "Grey's Anatomy" and "The Closer" wowed Spanish critics. And startup webs Cuatro and La Sexta bought swathes of newer Yank series last year. But the U.S. still has a long way to go…
Starz has bought exclusive pay TV rights to "The Illusionist" and four other movies produced and distributed by Bob Yari Prods.
Let the ban stand. The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear EchoStar's appeal of a lower court decision banning the satcaster from transmitting network television signals in disputed areas.
Stephen Dorff has signed on to his first dramatic TV series role, starring in the CBS pilot "Skip Tracer," from "The Sopranos" alums Robin Green and Mitchell Burgess.
ABC News anchor Bob Woodruff will return to TV in February to tell the story of his recovery from the bomb attack that nearly took his life in Iraq in January 2006.
A&E is getting back into scripted series for the first time in more than five years, heralding a batch of projects centered on catching and prosecuting bad guys.
Comedy Central.com announced the addition of 11 programs to its 2007 Webcast slate, which will include the first-ever series to feature a lineup of exclusively Muslim-Americans.
Staff at U.K. news provider ITN will strike Jan. 16 unless the outfit agrees to new negotiations on pension cuts. ITN makes news shows for terrestrial webs ITV and Channel 4.
CNBC is moving into Africa this year, with the launch of the first dedicated business channel for sub-Saharan Africa, to go live on Multichoice's DStv satellite service in May.
Channel 4 recorded its highest figure ever for the launch of a U.S. comedy when "Ugly Betty" -- a breakout hit for ABC in the U.S. -- bowed on the web Friday.