"Meet the Press" anchor Tim Russert will host a second weekly interview show for MSNBC, "Tim Russert."
Jane Tranter, controller BBC Fiction, unveiled the new structure for BBC Films at a confab on Tuesday, re-affirming the BBC's commitment to filmmaking and announcing a sharpened focus on family…
BSkyB, Europe's biggest paybox, could be forced to give up its stake in free-to-air U.K. broadcaster ITV, following a provisional ruling by regulator the Competition Commission.
Men's soccer has long reigned supreme on TV screens in Germany, as elsewhere in Europe. Now women's soccer is blowing away the competition as well.
Huffington Post, the political blog co-founded by Arianna Huffington, is set to name a CBS exec as its new CEO.
Dick Wolf is teaming with "Disturbia" helmer D.J. Caruso and scribe J.H. Wyman to mount an ambitious comicbook-style drama that will use the same greenscreen technology utilized in the hit pic "300."
Fox has given a pilot order to a one-hour procedural drama from scribe Sam Baum that's also partly inspired by one of Brian Grazer's interests.
MTV has made a deal with Ken Mok for an untitled television project.
Disney's Buena Vista Prods. division has signed a first-look deal with Silverback Prods., giving it first crack at the Scandinavia-based company's content, formats and series.
Lionsgate's wholly owned distributor Debmar-Mercury is planning a January test of the syndication marketplace for a TV simulcast of "The Tom Green Show," currently a Web-only nightly talker.
Martha Stewart has developed a VOD service to be initially distributed through Comcast.