Production giant Endemol is buying London-based youth TV producer Brighter Pictures. Fast-growing Brighter more than doubled its turnout last year with provocative shows like urban lifestyle…
Jerry Bruckheimer Films has purchased the film rights, based on a five-page book proposal, to "The Bureau and the Mole" by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Vise.
Discovery Networks Europe is partnering with Italy's Mediatrade to co-produce seven hourlong documentaries.
WNBC has snagged 33 New York Emmy nominations, topping all other Gotham broadcast outlets.
After 34 years at Reed Midem, the past 12 of them at the helm, CEO Xavier Roy is preparing his succession with the forthcoming appointment of a managing director, he told Daily Variety on Wednesday.
Fox's comedy comeback continues: Net has renewed Tuesday laffer "Titus" for a second full season.
Astute viewers of WE: Women's Entertainment will notice a subtle, recurring theme running through the cable net's advertising -- the commercials are all for Johnson & Johnson products.
Singapore's MediaCorp TV is betting that not one but three versions of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" will spike the guns of new competitor MediaWorks.
The Cable and Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia (CASBAA) has thrown its weight behind Thai cabler UBC's appeal to carry advertising.
TF1 Intl., the foreign sales arm of the French broadcaster, has bought most Euro rights to the Hilltop series "Shannon and Brooke" in its first foray into distribution of a U.S. show.
CBS hooped it up in the ratings with coverage of the NCAA men's basketball tourney, as Monday's championship game capped strong year-to-year gains in key demos.