The new owners of Dutch entertainment giant Endemol plan to delist the "Big Brother" creator from Amsterdam's Euronext exchange.
Portuguese cable company PT Multimedia has increased its grip over the country's pay TV market, snapping up three smaller cable franchises from Parfitel for E60 million ($82.8 million).
FX is stepping up its bid to find the successor to "The Shield," teaming with helmer Pete Berg ("The Kingdom") and scribe Sheldon Turner ("X-Men: Magneto") for a dark cop drama with echoes of "Heart…
Nickelodeon delivered a whale of a ratings catch Friday night with "Drake & Josh: Really Big Shrimp," which scored the channel's largest-ever TV movie aud.
Spoiler alert for those who haven’t seen "His Visit, Day Eight" (episode 9) of HBO’s "John from Cincinnati" OK, so I know these "John from Cincinnati" faux PSAs featuring Bruce Greenwood’s moody…
Pubcaster Swedish Television is pulling out of helmer Peter Flinth's "Arn," the most expensive film and TV project ever made in Scandinavia.
The Intl. Olympic Committee awarded I-Cable Sports exclusive Internet and mobile exhibition broadcast rights in Hong Kong for the Beijing 2008 Olympics.
Distrib Granada Intl. has acquired the first series of new weekly Asian yakker, "The May Lee Show."
A simple tale that avoids spareness thanks in part to an ever-present, expansive Algerian landscape, "The Yellow House" is too good-natured for its own good.
"American Idol's" special two-night telethon "Idol Gives Back" and HBO's 14-part "Addiction Project" will be handed the Governors Award at this year's Emmy Awards fete.
NBC is one of several entities behind a $9 million investment in Worldwide Biggies, a digital studio fronted by veteran children's producer Albie Hecht.