In the latest exec change at the newly formed Universal Television Enterprises, Lori Shackel, Universal Worldwide Television's marketing topper, is leaving the company.
The conflict that's keeping New York Yankees' games off local cable systems reaching 3 million subscribers ended up in the New York State legislature Tuesday.
The Directors Guild of America has tapped Richard Belzer to host its third annual DGA Honors gala on Sunday.
A federal court has overturned a ruling that would have forced SonicBlue to track the viewing habits of customers who use its ReplayTV digital video recorder.
HBO piled up solid, but not spectacular, Nielsen ratings for its new, hard-edged cop series "The Wire" and for the season-ending episode of "Six Feet Under."
NBC's sure going to miss the NBA next season. The final season of the "NBA on NBC" has proved mighty powerful for the Peacock, as a trio of thrilling Western Conference Finals games between the L.A…
Oxygen Media has engineered a deal with the Women's National Basketball Assn. to carry a minimum of 11 WNBA games this year as well as both regular-season and playoff WNBA games in 2003.
Discovery Networks Asia is opening an office in Beijing and has tapped Fang Chang, a seasoned media professional with more than 18 years in the sector, as VP of the operation.
The 54th Prix Italia, the world's oldest TV programming fest, will be held Sept. 14-21 in Palermo, Sicily, centered at the historic Teatro Massimo.
A key veteran exec at Television New Zealand has been shown the door less than a month before the pubcaster implements its first public-service charter.
Broadcaster CTV unveiled a 2002-03 programming lineup Monday in Toronto that included 10 new U.S. series, as well as homegrown fare led by the latest from Alliance Atlantis, "The Eleventh Hour."