In a first for the U.S. Hispanic market, NBC U-owned Telemundo will stream its programming on Yahoo! Telemundo.
Montreal lawyer Hubert Lacroix will be the next president and CEO of pubcaster the Canadian Broadcasting Corp, replacing Robert Rabinovitch who steps down Dec. 31.
"Law & Order: Criminal Intent" is making a ratings killing in syndication.
Former Fox development chief Craig Erwich -- who helped birth hits such as "24," "House" and "The OC" -- has landed at Warner Bros., where he's been tapped for a gig as exec VP of the studio's Warner…
The NTV network will broadcast what it describes as the first blog-driven drama -- a series whose story can be changed by fans contributing to the show's blog.
Toon house Production I.G. and manga icon Shirow Masamune, creator of the smash "Ghost in the Shell" franchise, are collaborating on an animated TV series, "Real Drive," Production I.G. announced on…
The BBC's Queen Elizabeth II docu, promos for which contained faked footage that appeared to show the British monarch walking out of a photo shoot in a huff, will air in the U.K. before Christmas.
The first Sunday in November produced some impressive ratings at the major nets, with a hefty football overrun helping "The Amazing Race" start well for CBS, while ABC's "Desperate Housewives"…
The chant of the pickets gathered outside Paramount's iconic main gate said it all: "Why are we standing outside this gate? 'Cause we got screwed in '88!"
And so it begins, the shutdown scenario no one wanted to see. Sunday’s marathon talks between writers and producers couldn’t move the sides close enough together to prevent the pickets from going up…
Russian therapy format "To Understand and Forgive" looks to be heading West after Zodiak Vostok inked a deal with France's A Prime Group to co-produce two pilot episodes.
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