"Scary Movie 3" has frightened more than $15 million in joint license fees out of a combination of TBS and Comedy Central in the first network window.
HBO is on a roll, following its $100 million-plus payday from "Sex and the City" reruns in cable and TV syndication with a strapping license fee of $6.5 million from History Channel for the 10-hour…
Sweeps are clearly working for "Dr. Phil." Yakker's national weekly rating of 5.9 was the best rating strip has posted since its debut, repping a gain of 11% from the previous week and a spike of 34%…
"AFI's 100 Years ... 100 Songs" will be this year's theme for the American Film Institute's ongoing celebration of 100 years of American movies.
NBC News' Tom Brokaw is skedded to be in the nation's capital tonight to receive the National Press Club's 2003 Fourth Estate Award for Lifetime Achievement.
A&E TV Networks -- A&E, Biography and the History Channel -- will aggressively court Spanish-speaking auds when it launches "En Espanol," a product line consisting of DVD titles dubbed in Spanish as…
NBC and CBS remain locked in a down-to-the-wire, bare-knuckle battle for sweeps bragging rights -- but ABC picked up some steam last week as the key ratings frame headed into the home stretch.
CTV became Canada's first national web to transmit a high-definition feed on Tuesday.
Nick Intl. has inked a broadcasting deal with Toronto-based Corus Entertainment's kidvid arm Nelvana for "My Dad the Rock Star," a co-production with France's the Carrere Group and broadcaster M6.
On the heels of major deals in France and Spain, Modern Times Group's Swedish format maker Strix has moved across the Iberian peninsula to ink another option deal with Endemol Portugal.
Powered as usual by the combination of "CSI: Miami" and "Everybody Loves Raymond," CBS has claimed the third Monday of the November sweep in adults 18-49, according to preliminary nationals from…