Whoopi Goldberg's company, One Ho Prods., cleaned up on TV in the past few weeks. TNT's "Call Me Claus" drew 9.6 million viewers in its Dec. 2 premiere, making it the second-highest-rated basic-cable…
About 1,600 technicians at the English-language division of the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. were off the job Friday. That much was clear. Whether it's a strike or lockout depends entirely on whom you…
Freshman syndicated game revival "Card Sharks" was removed from the deck Friday, becoming the third syndie strip to be cancelled this season.
As part of a restructuring at its West Coast Originals group, TNT will lay off 23 staffers. Division topper Bob DeBitetto and exec VP Julie Weitz opted to leave.
In a crucial victory for broadcasters, a federal appeals court on Friday upheld a new rule that will require satcasters to carry all local channels in any market where they elect to carry even one…
E! Entertainment Television's two-hour preem of bio skein "Revealed With Jules Asner" rated higher than any other series preem in the basic cabler's 11-year history.
CNN is retooling its daytime lineup, canceling "NewsSite With Joie Chen" and "Burden of Proof" in order to devote more time to the net's bigger news stars.
France's MultiThematiques will bow its Eurochannel in Spanish-speaking Latin America on Feb. 1, marking its first move beyond Brazil.
The BBC has submitted revised programming proposals for its planned BBC3 digital channel to the U.K. government.
In a major coup, CBS is working with the showrunners of all three of Studios USA's "Law & Order" series -- Neal Baer, Rene Balcer and Barry Schindel -- to create drama series programming for the…