CBS is replacing news chief Andrew Heyward a year after the network was embarrassed by a report on President Bush's military service that led to Dan Rather stepping down as anchor of the "Evening…
Time Warner's TBS Europe has become the latest U.S. company to launch new digital outlets on German cable giant Kabel Deutschland (KDG).
Thesp James Nesbitt, currently on the West End in "Shoot the Crow," will host the 2005 Irish Film & Television Awards for the third year in a row.
It's all about branding. This was the message E! Networks president-CEO Ted Harbert tried to hammer home during his talk at the Cable & Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia confab (Casbaa).
Provocative title should engender some curiosity toward this Discovery series, the channel's latest stab at finding ways to make dehydration and hypothermia hip for the kids. Using a mix of poorly…
Continuing its run of "B" movies with silly 1950s sci-fi plots, CBS' "Vampire Bats" again warns it's not wise to fool with Mother Nature. Environmental messages aside, pic is mostly an excuse for…
The Academy of TV Arts & Sciences Foundation has pacted with Google to create an online home for its growing archives. The org's Archive of American Television, which includes hundreds of hours of…
Jerry Bruckheimer is teaming with "Seabiscuit" scribe-helmer Gary Ross for a one-hour medical drama set up at NBC. Peacock has made a pilot commitment to the project, dubbed "Invisible," and has…
Fremantle Intl. Distribution has closed a pack of new lifestyle deals with broadcasters in Holland and Belgium, among them Talkback production "The Sex Inspectors."
The Art Directors Guild has tapped production designers John Box, Hans Dreier, Cedric Gibbons, Jan Scott and Alexander Trauner for induction into its Hall of Fame.
Tom Everett Scott has signed to star in the TNT series pilot "Saved" from exec producer David Manson, Fox 21 and Imagine Television.