NBC has added another drama to its midseason hopper, picking up the lotto-themed skein "Windfall." Exec produced by Laurie McCarthy ("Felicity"), the Regency TV drama revolves around a group of 19…
Former "CSI: Miami" and "Boomtown" scribe Anne McGrail has landed at Paramount Network Television, inking a substantial seven-figure deal with the studio. Two-year overall pact calls for the former…
Without the Olympics to fuel viewer and advertiser interest, TV Azteca on Wednesday warned that the company was unlikely to see growth for the year.
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Imagine localized versions of "Law & Order" or "Meet My Folks" dotting the foreign landscape. The already-formatted "Queer Eyes," another NBC Universal-backed show, airs in 15 territories abroad.
Just for Variety: Deal another hand to the plethora of poker players and parlors live and filmed now popping up on screens large and small. NBC's "Las Vegas" exec producer and creator Gary Scott…
NBC has signed Julie Moran as entertainment correspondent for "Dateline," marking a return to network TV for the former "Entertainment Tonight" host.
President Bush's speech announcing his pick for the Supreme Court delivered big numbers for cable news nets, which spent much of the day Tuesday speculating on whom the nominee would be.
Viacom has scored an eight-year renewal of its carriage agreement with DirecTV for most of its cable networks, led by MTV, Nickelodeon, VH1 and Comedy Central, and for the 40 TV stations owned by…
Canadian Media Guild union members at pubcaster the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. voted 87% in favor of a strike on Tuesday after more than a year of contract negotiations.
Yahoo! topper Terry Semel and Microsoft's Blair Westlake, corporate VP of media/entertainment and technology convergence group, will be keynote speakers at the Royal Television Society Cambridge…
As part of a telenovela format push into Europe, FremantleMedia has sold Colombian sudser "El Autentico Rodrigo Leal" (The Real Rodrigo Leal) to Spain's Antena 3 for local adaptation.