John Lydon, aka Johnny Rotten, ex-leader of punk band the Sex Pistols, was another aging rock star somewhere south of Ozzy Osbourne in the fame stakes.
The South African Broadcasting Corp.'s SABC3 has set aside a record $16 million for homegrown programming during 2004.
This "Angel" has gone to heaven. The WB has opted not to renew the Joss Whedon-produced drama "Angel" for a sixth season. Frog topper Jordan Levin informed Whedon of the decision to cancel the skein…
NBC has kicked off the second week of the February sweep with a Thursday victory in most key demos, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen, led by "Friends." CBS again drew the night's…
Tim Russert's interview with President Bush on "Meet the Press" proved its own weapon of mass instruction, with a whopping 9 million viewers tuning in to the Sunday morning show.
NBC has bought the rights to secret audio and video tapes of Princess Diana and will broadcast them as a two-part special.
Veteran network and cable programmer Robin Schwartz has been tapped prexy of Regency Television. Schwartz, who also has a background as a small-screen scribe, is leaving her job as VP of programming…
It was the joy of six Thursday at ABC as the net greenlit a half-dozen comedy pilots -- including high-profile projects from Jessica Simpson, John Stamos and Mel Gibson.
A number of pro sports teams are not renewing their contracts with the Fox Sports Net and its partner Rainbow Media Holdings, sparking rumors that personnel changes at Fox Sports are tied to these…
U.S. backed TV group Central European Media Enterprises paid $9 million to Dutch tax authorities Wednesday to cover dues on $358 million compensation awarded by an international tribunal last year…
Launched only four months ago, Argentina's TeleMall is prepping to take its QVC-style home shopping net to Chile and Mexico.