Coming off the highest-rated year in its history, A&E is launching an aggressive 2005 lineup with more character-driven docusoaps and another season of spy serial "MI-5," as well as a heavy…
Fox is hoping to make some money online from its cancelled reality skein "Playing It Straight." In a first, net is putting all eight episodes of the show online Monday.
U.S. Spanish-lingo media company Univision Communications said its flagship Univision Network broke previous primetime and total-day audience records in the fourth quarter, bringing in its biggest…
The American Cinema Editors have opted for a mix of major studio vehicles and indie features in selecting nominations for their top feature awards, to be presented Feb. 20 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
CBS reality chief Chris Sloan has ankled after just five months on the job. Sloan joined as VP of development in August, shifting to the Eye from cabler TLC.
Mexican "rockera" and Grammy nominee Alejandra Guzman has been tapped a judge for Telemundo's upcoming song competish show "Nuevas Voces de America" (New Voices of America).
U.S. cabler Fox Sports World will relaunch as Fox Soccer Channel on Feb. 7. More than 80% of the programming on Fox Soccer Channel will be firstrun coverage of soccer competitions.
Commercial web Telecinco, the highest-rated Spanish broadcaster in 2004, is dropping its Friday-night "5 Star Cinema," the longest-running U.S. film slot on Spanish terrestrial TV and Telecinco's…
In a pioneering move, the Catalan Institute of Cultural Industries (ICIC) is launching an Audiovisual Development Center (CDA) next month.
Employees of DPS Film Roman have ratified a contract that mirrors animation agreements at Disney, DreamWorks, Warner Bros. Animation, Cartoon Network, Fox TV Animation, Nickelodeon and Universal.
The Directors Guild of America has tapped rookie nominees Frederick Bond, Andrew Douglas and Jim Jenkins along with three-timers Dante Ariola and Noam Murro for its commercials award trophy.