Court TV has named Vicky Kahn VP of consumer publicity.
After seven years of pounding the gavel on Twentieth TV's "Divorce Court," Mablean Ephriam has handed over her judicial robes to Lynn Toler, a retired judge.
The studio behind "Arrested Development" is admitting it's finally over for the show -- sort of. In a statement issued Wednesday morning, 20th Century Fox Television acknowledged "AD" creator Mitch…
"American Idol" and the return of hit drama "House" powered Fox to a convincing primetime ratings victory Tuesday, with the net topping ABC, CBS and NBC combined for the night in key demos.
Pacific Century Cyberworks Wednesday turned in same again profits of $204 million for 2005, a year in which it transformed itself from telco with a fixed-line subscriber problem into a quadruple play…
The Hong Kong government unveiled its timetable for conversion of terrestrial broadcasting to digital Wednesday.
Spain's main pay TV operator, Sogecable, has sub-licensed Spanish pay TV World Cup soccer rights from terrestrial broadcaster La Sexta.
The CW has greenlit "Flirt," a half-hour comedy starring Wayne Brady that's being produced by Lawrence Bender ("Kill Bill") and Kevin Brown ("Roswell"). Gary Halverson ("Everybody Loves Raymond") is…
"Scrubs" exec producer Tad Quill has inked a two-year overall deal to create and develop series for Touchstone Television. Seven-figure pact covers Quill's services on "Scrubs" next season should the…
ABC is making "Desperate Housewives" and "Lost" the first network entertainment shows available for download on a subscription basis via Apple's iTunes.
BBC America has picked up the '70s-set U.K. drama "Life on Mars." Announcement follows news that David E. Kelley has landed format rights to the BBC skein and set it up at as a one-hour at ABC.