Comedy Central is making a host of original programming changes. Among them: Laffer net has hired Sal Iacano as co-host of "Win Ben Stein's Money" and cancelled "The Chris Wylde Show."
Lagardere Media topper Arnaud Lagardere announced a management reshuffle in the group's TV division Friday, as shares in the French group shot up more than 7.5% on optimism that its TV biz will…
Fledgling broadcaster SPH MediaWorks, which bowed in May, has axed 96 jobs after incurring losses of $40 million in the financial year ending Aug. 31.
If you want to know what timeslot "Scrubs" will occupy come January, pay close attention to this Thursday night's ratings.
NBC West Coast prexy Scott Sassa has decided to stay on with the Peacock, ending months of speculation regarding his future at the network.
NBC continued its mastery of Thursday and Friday night, pulling the net closer to Fox for the November sweeps lead.
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Ang Lee's "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" pounced on the competition and took away the three major film honors, including best Hollywood picture, at the second annual Ammy Awards.
DreamWorks' gentle giant "Shrek" garnered eight Annies, including best animated theatrical feature, at the Intl. Animated Film Society's 29th annual Annie Awards held in Glendale on Saturday night.
Kids' animation producer CineGroupe and Lions Gate are producing two new animated TV series, "The Three Pigs" and "Edward."
The Tennis Channel has announced initial programming plans for its launch in third quarter 2002.