Warner Bros. Intl. Television will close its Mexico office in April after 40 years, relocating its three Latin American sales execs to Miami and pinkslipping 14 employees.
From facelifts to space shifts, ABC has ordered six episodes of a home version of its reality skein "Extreme Makeover." The Alphabet's alternative series department had a busy Wednesday:
TV is taking a big step into the cellular world today, as the new MobiTV venture begins offering live television broadcasts on mobile phones for the first time ever, beginning with Sprint PCS.
The Caucus for Television Producers, Writers and Directors has named ABC Cable Networks Group/Disney Channel Worldwide prexy Anne Sweeney the 2004 recipient of the Chair Award.
Si TV, the English-language cable network that focuses on Latino-themed programming, has set up its headquarters in Los Angeles, leasing a soundstage and office space at the Playboy TV Networks'…
Looking to grow another hit series on the order of "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy," Bravo has unveiled a slate of comedy specials and quirky reality skeins for 2004.
The broadcast battle continues to get nasty, as CBS threw the latest competitive salvo Wednesday.
UPN has said "rock on" to "Rock Me Baby," picking up a full season of the Warner Bros. TV sitcom.
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Fox News Channel said Monday it has upped Washington, D.C., bureau chief Kim Hume to vice president.