Nielsen Media Research is expanding its audience measurement service in China to keep up with one of the world's most rapidly growing TV and advertising markets.
British author Barbara Taylor Bradford has been sued for defamation by the writer she claims plagiarized her blockbuster, "A Woman of Substance," to create a TV miniseries in India called "Karishma…
Forty-one scribes in seven different categories have been named as finalists for the Humanitas prize, it was announced Monday.
Maury Povich has been re-elected prexy of the Gotham chapter of the National Television Academy, a post he has held since June 2001.
Viacom president and COO Mel Karmazin and RTL's new chief executive Gerhard Zeiler will give keynote speeches at the Royal Television Society's Cambridge Convention, held Sept. 18-20.
David E. Kelley is talking to Sharon Stone about appearing in a handful of episodes of "The Practice." In the aftermath of last month's cast reshuffle on the ABC skein, there had been speculation…
Don't count NBC out. In the countdown toward final bids for Vivendi Universal's entertainment properties next week, the Peacock has the most to gain and possibly the least to lose in making a…
HBO's "Taxicab Confessions" is coming back to New York. Show, which bowed in 1995, was first filmed on the streets of Gotham. Three episodes -- real conversations in taxicabs -- were shot before…
Producer/director Pam Veasey has taken over as showrunner on CBS' Saturday night drama "The District."
The bada-bing will go on, at least for one more year: HBO has sealed a deal with "The Sopranos" creator David Chase to produce a sixth season of the hit mob drama.
Showtime has picked up U.S. rights to Vikram Jayanti's documentary "James Ellroy's Feast of Death." Docu, which unspooled at the 2001 Toronto Film Festival, explores the writer's passion for unsolved…