"Martha Stewart Living," a daily syndicated series distributed by King World Prods., has been renewed on TV stations repping coverage of 60% of the country for the 2002-03 TV season.
Scribe Nancy Miller and producer Gary Randall -- the team behind Lifetime's successful drama skein "Any Day Now" -- have inked a seven-figure, multiyear overall deal with Studios USA Television.
Venevision Intl. and Spanish TV production company Nostromo Producciones have formed a joint venture, Nostromo America, to create, market, buy and produce Spanish and Portuguese-lingo formats…
England's soccer team qualified for the 2002 World Cup Saturday, prompting fresh talks between event rights holders the Kirch Group and U.K. broadcasters ITV and BBC, who have yet to agree on a deal…
Gallic broadcaster France 2 and German pubcaster ZDF have joined an international team co-producing six TV movies adapted from Mary Higgins Clark novels.
National Geographic Television has pacted with Munich-based Telcast for the distribution of footage from its film library.
A study from the European Audiovisual Observatory indicates that the hourly volume of fiction output in the five key territories in Europe declined by 4% from 1999 to 2000.
Joel Denton has been promoted to the new post of president, production and distribution for Hallmark Entertainment Distribution.
AAC Fact, the documentary division of Canuck producer-distribbery Alliance Atlantis, has inked deals with National Geographic U.S. for its show "Going to Extremes" and with Discovery Intl. for…
Granada Intl. has acquired the world distribution rights outside North America to 10 hours of new documentary programming from U.S. cabler Court TV.