U.S. Spanish-lingo TV network Azteca America has acquired affiliates in three more markets.
The government has appointed Mohammed Isaq to head the state radio and television network, replacing Abdul Hafiz Mansoor, who was dismissed last week.
Channel 4's new chief exec Mark Thompson has unveiled a manifesto for "radical change" at the web, including staff cuts and a boost in program investment.
NBC and Court TV have pulled a switch on the repurposing trend: The cable show "Forensic Files" will go to the broadcast network in simultaneous primetime reruns.
New miniseries versions of the theatrical hits "Spartacus" and "Papillon," original crime movies based on bestsellers by David Baldacci and Nevada Barr and a limited-series extension of the movie…
U.S. investment bank J.P. Morgan Chase and Telefonica's Admira have finally found a buyer for Azul Television, Argentina's fourth-ranked web, after more than a year of hunting.
Vet programmer Kim Fleary has returned to the network world, joining UPN as the weblet's senior vice president of comedy development. Fleary, who starts today, will oversee the creation of all the…
Japan scooped the Gold Nymph, the top prize for Television Film, on Saturday in a surprise win at the 42nd Monte Carlo Television Festival where Yanks and Brits dominated the awards.
John Frankenheimer, director of such Hollywood classics as "The Manchurian Candidate" and "Birdman of Alcatraz," died Saturday in Los Angeles of a stroke due to complications following spinal…
WB exec Janine Jones has been upped to VP of current programming for the Frog network. Jones, who spent more than a decade in PR before shifting to programming in 1999, will supervise production of…
Former "Today Show" anchor Deborah Norville will be a morning person once again -- for a week, that is. In what is widely perceived as a test-drive as "The Early Show" co-host, Norville will appear…