Warner Bros. Television is staying in business with "Notes From the Underbelly" creator Stacy Traub, inking the scribe to an overall development deal. Two-year, seven-figure pact comes just a week…
Ben Silverman's Reveille Entertainment, which specializes in reality formats, has promoted its top two international executives and substantially boosted its slate of programming.
Major League Baseball has engineered an eleventh-hour deal that will continue to make its out-of-market games available to cable for the next seven years, starting immediately.
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Lifetime Networks is partnering with France's TF1 Intl. to produce and distribute three original telepics for release in worldwide markets.
NATPE is spearheading the first LATV Festival to run concurrently this summer with the nonprofit's TV Producers Boot Camp, now in its fifth year. The fest component was unveiled earlier this week by…
TV Land, the network to go to for old TV series ranging from "Gunsmoke" and "Bonanza" to "Mash" and "The Munsters," has scheduled the first movie night in its 11-year history.
The Japanese psychothriller gets a fresh spin with double-header "Death Note" and "Death Note: The Last Name," in which the central idea and the games the two principals play -- rather than gore or…
E! is getting into the latenight wars, greenlighting a summer gabber to be hosted by comic Chelsea Handler. Skein is expected to bow in July and will likely air at 11 or 11:30 p.m.
A report commissioned by Brit media regulator Ofcom predicts a dire future for Channel 4. The review predicts the broadcaster is likely to go into the red beyond 2010, forcing it to make some tough…
NBC's primetime lineup and ABC's news division received special attention from the judges of the 66th annual George Foster Peabody Awards, which honor excellence in electronic media.
Nothing here will spoil developments contained in the first two episodes of "The Sopranos'" final stretch of nine, other than to suggest that they hint of bigger things to come, which represents a…