Imperialist yanks beware, Televisora del Sur (Television of the South), is coming to a station near you. Maybe.
Last week's finale of China's own "Pop Idol" clone has rattled local media mandarins, already pulling back from recent attempts to open up the vast country of 1.3 billion to Western companies.
Professional distance gave way to grief and rage among TV reporters and commentators as they quizzed officials on why it took five days to get aid to the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Gotham-based production company City Lights Television has tapped two execs for development positions, part of its increasingly aggressive strategy for expansion.
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has organized picture editors and their assistants at "America's Next Top Model." IATSE will rep the employees through its Motion Picture Editors…
UPN has reorganized its current programming staff, promoting one exec and hiring another. The netlet's Eric Kim has been bumped up to VP of current programs, while producer Sheila Ducksworth ("Soul…
The Big Six are delaying plans for a hurricane relief telethon, pushing the event back a few days. Fundraiser had been penciled in for next Tuesday.
Another "Reba" crisis has been narrowly avoided. Turns out production on the WB laffer has been delayed for the past several weeks, apparently due, at least in part, to fallout from a salary dispute…
Who knew that plumbing could be so fascinating? Cashing in on all that gluttonous promotion for HBO's "Rome," the History Channel examines the empire through the spectacular inventions that brought…
Negotiations between management and 5,500 union staff at pubcaster the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. have finally restarted after a two-week lockout.