"Jury Duty," a syndicated courtshow featuring celebrities as jurors, has racked up clearances in 70% of the U.S. for a September debut, and is angling to secure a cable network buyer for a…
Pubcasters ARD and ZDF have scored another sports coup with the acquisition of Teutonic rights across all platforms to the 64 matches of the 2014 World Cup soccer championship.
Television Broadcasts had a 1% increase in revenues to HK$4.2 billion ($538 million) for the year ended Dec. 31.
No hard feelings: Thesp Katheryn Winnick, who recently departed the Fox pilot "Nurses," has signed a new six-figure talent deal with the network. Fox will locate another drama project for the thesp…
Lifetime has bumped Julie Stern up to vice president of production, handling the cabler's reality series and pilots. Stern will report to Lifetime production senior VP Colleen McCormick.
CBS has inked a deal to stream "Evening News With Katie Couric" live on Sprint mobile phones. Starting in April, CBS content, including full episodes of "Jericho," will appear on the mobile carrier's…
Funeral services will be held at noon Monday for former entertainment executive Art Stolnitz. The services will be at Mount Sinai Hollywood Hills, 5950 Forest Lawn Drive, in Los Angeles. A reception…
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez is standing firm on his threat to revoke Radio Caracas Television's broadcasting license when it expires May 28, despite increased international pressure.
Call June 11 the first day of the rest of HBO's life -- that is, of life after Tony. On that day, the Monday morning after "The Sopranos" takes its final bow, the net will for the first time in eight…
The evening primetime soap war has claimed its first victim -- independent free-to-air channel e.tv is canceling its daily drama "Backstage" at the end of June.
After six seasons, "American Idol" is among the best-produced shows in primetime -- yet it has never claimed an Emmy for reality show.