Game Show Network is betting on "big bucks, no whammys," by placing a 65-episode order for a new version of the classic game show "Press Your Luck."
Bela Bajaria has been upped to senior VP of movies and miniseries for CBS Entertainment.
Adam Glick has negotiated himself a promotion to VP of business affairs for Warner Bros. TV.
Tom Berenger and Kyle Chandler are headed to Congress for ABC, while Laurie Metcalf will reunite with former "Roseanne" colleague Chuck Lorre for CBS, as the nets continue to firm up casting for…
Columbia TriStar TV Distribution has renewed its latenight relationship series "Shipmates" on Fox-owned WWOR New York, and in Los Angeles sold the series to Fox, where it will migrate from KCBS in…
Good weather, great performances by the home team and a better-received form of storytelling made this year's Winter Olympics a ratings winner for NBC.
A jump in interest costs and depreciation expenses led Rogers Communications, Canada's largest cabler, to a massive loss of C$434.3 million ($272.3 million) last year.
The four most popular sitcoms in rerun syndication -- Warner Bros.' "Friends," Columbia TriStar's "Seinfeld," King World's "Everybody Loves Raymond" and Twentieth TV's "King of the Hill" -- all…
The Slovak supreme court has halted the license for Joj TV, a new commercial terrestrial station due to bow March 2, after protests over the legality of the licensing procedure.
Argentina's economic crisis has forced rival broadcasters Artear-Canal 13 and Telefe to team up to buy retransmission rights for the 2002 World Cup.