Cabler Shaw Communications announced a significant bottom-line improvement for its fiscal third quarter thanks to price increases and customer growth in all of its businesses, as well as the…
Blighty satcaster BSkyB, Europe's largest pay TV biz, is losing sports topper Trevor East to rival Setanta Sports, the Irish-based global spots net. East, one of the key figures at Sky in securing…
Atlas Media, one of the busiest producers of nonfiction programming in the U.S., has hired Kaki Kirby as senior VP of business development and special projects, a newly created post.
In the latest round of network castings, Kristin Lehman ("The Way of the Gun") has taken over the lead female role on the upcoming Fox drama "Killer Instinct," while Rachael Leigh Cook will recur…
Five years later, auds are still fascinated by the shenanigans in the "Big Brother" house. The CBS summer reality staple kicked off its sixth edition Thursday night with winning numbers, although it…
Twentieth Century Fox TV wants another bite of Mango, signing former "Saturday Night Live" star Chris Kattan to another talent and production deal. Under the pact, Kattan will develop, produce and…
Telepic producers Frank Von Zerneck and Bob Sertner, who have produced more than 125 longforms through the years, have set up shop at Sony Pictures TV.
In the search for a new lead singer for the Aussie rock band, "Rock Star: INXS" starts with 15 vocalists ready and rarin' to go. No auditions, no criticism, no cut-ups -- none of the "American Idol"…
"Zhou Yu's Train," the Chinese tearjerker that played out of competition at the Berlin festival, will be remade as a television series.
State secretary of culture and media Medy van der Laan is back in the headlines again, this time for her attempts to bring RTL Netherlands' three Dutch channels under Dutch regulatory control.
With just under a year left before the Soccer World Cup kicks off in Germany, Latin America's TV nets already are working themselves into a frenzy to provide the biggest and best coverage.