SportsNet New York, a 24/7 regional channel that kicks off in April with exclusive rights to most of the games of the New York Mets, has as one of its main goals to offer more news and information…
NASCAR has engineered a combined $4.48 billion contract with the Fox Network, ESPN/ABC and TNT that stretches out for eight years, beginning in 2007. Figure reps a 40% jump from the current…
Fox has greenlit production on "The Adventures of Big Handsome Guy and His Little Friend," a half-hour single-camera comedy pilot from scribes Josh Sternin and Jeff Ventimilia ("Mr. Woodcock")…
The majority of the talkshows continued to flourish in the national ratings during the week ending Nov. 27, which included the Thanksgiving holiday and the third full week of November sweeps.
Soviet-era TV shows are getting a first run Stateside thanks to December's launch of Vremya (Time) on satcaster DirecTV.
"Sesame Street" is headed to Cambodia. The latest customized version of the U.S. kiddie hit will begin airing on Apsara TV-11 in Phnom Penh Dec. 13 and is called "Sabai sabai Sesame" (Happy Happy…
"The Line of Beauty," based on Alan Hollinghurst's Booker Prize-winning novel, was unveiled as one of the tentpoles of BBC2's winter/spring schedule Wednesday.
MTV's sister niche channel VH1 launches in Russia this week, via an ad-supported service that initially reaches 135,000 households connected to satellite or cable.
Sky One, satcaster BSkyB's flagship entertainment web, has inked a two-year output deal with Hallmark Entertainment that gives it first look at upcoming miniseries and rights to 15 existing minis.
ABC scored with its annual airing of "A Charlie Brown Christmas," but it was the combo of "My Name is Earl" and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" that carried NBC to a ratings victory Tuesday night.
More than 4.3 million viewers got sucked into Sci Fi Channel's "The Triangle" on Monday night. Three-part miniseries, from producers Bryan Singer and Dean Devlin, scored Sci Fi its highest rating for…