A&E has greenlit a trio of reality pilots, including one about the sweet life of Spelling scion Randy Spelling, while pulling the plug on "Rollergirls."
Kevin Pollak ("The Usual Suspects") has joined the cast of CBS' untitled Carol Mendelsohn drama, while Tony Hale -- who starred as Buster on "Arrested Development" -- has signed on opposite Andy…
ABC News is in talks to put Charles Gibson next to Elizabeth Vargas on "World News Tonight" on a semi-permanent basis while co-anchor Bob Woodruff recovers from his injuries.
Finding people who say they love jazz is relatively easy. Assembling a jazz kudocast with international TV outlets takes a little more time.
Isaac Hayes, who voices Chef on "South Park," has quit the show. Legendary soul icon has asked to be released from his contract with the cartoon, finding fault with what he believes to be the show's…
News Corp.'s growing Asian satcaster Star India split its operations in two on Monday, forming Star Group and Star Entertainment.
North American netcaster GlobeVision has licensed a library of Korean movie titles from CJ Entertainment for broadband pay-cast in the U.S. and Canada.
Indecency complaints to the FCC spiked dramatically in February, when the agency received some 134,300 -- more than three times the total 44,109 logged in the entire fourth quarter of 2005.
Galaxy Satellite's paybox is trying on a new name -- TVB Pay Vision -- after a slew of other branding attempts and slow starts.
"Project Runway" is a run away success for Bravo and around the world: FremantleMedia's Fremantle Intl. Distribution has sold the skein, hosted by supermodel Heidi Klum, to 21 countries.