TF1, France's leading web, has scored a 'Titanic' legal first, enabling it to screen James Cameron's lengthy blockbuster over two nights.
"The Invisible Man" has engineered one disappearance too many: Sci Fi Channel has canceled the series after two seasons.
Having secured franchise skeins "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Enterprise" as building blocks, UPN is now looking to jump start its drama development -- starting with a project from "NYPD Blue"…
After years of pushing toward the goal line, Fox Sports Net 2 has finally scored its first victory in San Diego County with a distribution deal on Adelphia Cable.
Oxygen Media's business model -- ownership stakes to cable operators in exchange for massive numbers of subscribers -- paid big dividends Thursday when Time Warner Cable of New York boosted the…
The architects of the government's post-Sept. 11 propaganda war may well want their MTV on the frontlines in the Arab world. Rushing to shift perceptions of the U.S. in the Islamic world, Washington…
ABC remains well behind the other major nets for the November sweep but enjoyed its first real momentum of the month, thanks to strong ratings for special-packed lineups on Thursday and Friday and…
Showtime has engineered some major reshuffling of its original-series schedule, giving a 20-episode commitment to "Street Time" with Rob Morrow, renewing "Soul Food" and "Resurrection Blvd." and…
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Global Media TV, a new L.A.-based indie TV producer-distribber, has opened a London office and tapped Jon Noel Bert as managing director, legal and business affairs, Europe, effective immediately.
Christine Mason has been ap-pointed VP, U.K., Universal Studios Television Distribution (UTD) and will report to UTD co-prexy Belinda Menendez.