Got mo as in momentum? As the TV season winds down, webheads are looking to their spring skeins for some last-minute momentum. With just a few weeks left until network execs have to unveil their fall…
German kidvidder TV Loonland has licensed two pre-school properties to the Disney Channel.
"Three Sisters" exec producers DeAnn Heline and Eileen Heisler are staying at NBC Studios, inking a new three-year overall pact with the Peacock's studio arm.
Germany's newly founded international program market, the Cologne Screenings, will take place June 24-27.
"First Years" has seen its last days: NBC canceled the legal drama Tuesday.
Oscar proved to be no gladiator in the ratings arena, as ABC's telecast of Hollywood's big night drew some of the kudocast's meekest marks ever.
Audiences for reality programming may be dipping, but the genre is still having a "huge impact" on television around the world, Paris-based research outfit Eurodata TV said at the Mip TV trade show…
Teutonic heavyweight Bavaria Film and Sweden's Jarowskij Group have signed a joint venture to produce fictional series for the German speaking market and Eastern Europe.
TNT has landed the U.S. rights to "Julius Caesar," a four-hour, $18-million epic covering the renowned statesman/general from his first victories in battle to his death.
Spanish film and TV production house Starline is driving into event miniseries production.
NTV founder Vladimir Gusinsky has lost control of his television station, Russia's only politically independent broadcaster.