Bruce Willis and partner Arnold Rifkin's Cheyenne Enterprises has signed a deal with Hearst Entertainment to develop "Change of Course," an original movie for TNT.
Chuck Dolan's Cablevision Systems, which is coming off a disastrous third quarter, will raise subscribers' monthly fees by a fairly stiff 5.5%.
Fox has decided to continue double-pumping its rookie drama "24" through the end of December. Same-week repeats of the critically acclaimed, but so far low-rated, hour will run Fridays at 9 p.m…
A&E Television Networks has been chosen to receive the 2002 Global Television Outstanding Achievement Award at the 23rd annual Banff TV fest, skedded for June 9-14.
NBC and CBS remain the pacesetters this season, topping the primetime ratings heap in key categories for the third time in four weeks.
General Electric's NBC television arm can proceed with its $1.98 billion purchase of Spanish-language network Telemundo Communications Group after U.S. antitrust enforcers said they would not oppose…
The federal government has vowed to protect Oz film and TV from World Trade Organization free trade negotiations after intensive lobbying by the local industry.
Leo Kirch is a busy man these days, juggling his alleged involvement in the cash-for-favors row surrounding former Chancellor Helmut Kohl with keeping his ailing pay TV web afloat.
Viva TV, the entertainment network of Vic del Rosario's Viva group, lit the fire when it aired the localized, licensed version of ABC's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" on low-rating IBC-13 during…
An 18-month government review of broadcasting in Canada is to look into relaxing the tough foreign ownership restrictions on Canuck media companies. However, Heritage Minister Sheila Copps makes it…