NBC's "Tommy Lee Goes to College" recorded passable grades in its premiere Tuesday night, placing second to timeslot bully "Big Brother 6" on CBS among young adults.
Cartoon Network has scooped up six Emmy Awards for individual achievement in animation, one of three juried categories preannounced by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Recipients in the…
Oz commercial terrestrial broadcaster Seven Network is producing a local version of hit Japanese reality skein "Dragon's Den," in which would-be entrepreneurs pitch an idea or invention to a panel of…
Dutch media mogul John de Mol's first broadcast venture, Talpa, brought in a whopping 18.7% aud share in the adults 20-49 demo for its mostly sports content in its opening weekend in Holland.
The American Society of Cinematographers has selected Feb. 26 as the date for its 20th annual awards show at the Century Plaza Hotel.
Capitalism came to China's small screens this week with the launch of "Wise Man Takes All," the country's first reality TV show aimed at promoting young entrepreneurs.
Sweden's NonStop Television and Alfred Haber Inc. have inked a deal giving Scandinavian entertainment channel Star! exclusive pay TV rights for a roster of kudocasts during the 2005 and 2006 season.
"CSI" exec producer Naren Shankar has inked a new three-year overall pact with Paramount Network Television. Mid-seven-figure deal replaces an agreement Shankar made with CBS Prods. and Alliance…
CBS is finalizing casting on a pair of movies from telepic titans Frank Von Zerneck and Robert Sertner. Brett Butler and Timothy Bottoms have joined the cast of "Vampire Bats." CBS "Late Late Show"…
Ratings for off-net broadcasts of "Friends" gave the syndie world a shot in the arm in the otherwise slow week of Aug. 1. Laffer posted a new season high, improving on previous week's figures by 27%…
The Museum of Television & Radio will host an "In the Prime" preview in Los Angeles and New York in September, showcasing some of this year's buzzworthy primetime television series before their…