NBC has acquired LX.TV as part of a plan to create more low-cost lifestyle programming for its station group.
Reveille has sealed a programming partnership to import formats from Colombian broadcaster Caracol Television.
"Deal or No Deal" producer Endemol USA has pacted with online video site Metacafe to launch what the two companies are touting as the first TV-style gameshow produced directly for the 'Net.
The Independent Film Channel has shelled out about $12 million for a package of 70 movies from Lionsgate, many of them TV premieres in the first network window.
CBS and Mark Burnett Prods. have pacted on a deal that will keep "Survivor" on the Eye through at least spring 2009.
Movies on the Disney Channel tend to draw armies of kids 6 to 14, but its two-hour scripted original "Minutemen" on Jan. 25 beat every other cable network in total primetime viewers, harvesting a…
Costume designer Len Marcus died Dec. 12 in Los Angeles.
Producer Vin Di Bona, longtime purveyor of ABC's "America's Funniest Home Videos," has partnered with tech firm Dave Networks to launch a reality TV-centric online venture dubbed Reality.TV.
Although it has racked up more than $31 million in losses since launching in 2005, Al Gore's Current Media has filed for an initial public stock offering.
NBC is once again shaking up its sked, bumping "Baby Borrowers" to make room for a new series from Mark Burnett and Reveille.
Bravo has promoted Frances Berwick from exec VP of programming and production to the newly created position of general manager, Bravo Media.