Marketing vets Bob Bibb and Lew Goldstein -- the execs who brought the Frog to the Frog net -- have sealed a new deal keeping them at the WB for at least another four years.
Time Warner Cable has restructured its pact with Advance/Newhouse Communications, which will take on direct management responsibility for 2.1 million of the partnership's subscribers.
Everybody loves a good story. That's what movies are all about, and that's what awards campaigns are all about.
The pinch on charitable fund-raising in the wake of Sept. 11 has caused nonprofit Women in Film to merge its two annual kudofests -- the Crystal Awards and Lucy Awards.
Geraldo Rivera has joined the upcoming Fox net newsmagazine "The Pulse."
John Malone's Liberty Media continues to beef up its interactive television holdings, announcing on Monday plans to acquire Wink Communications for $100 million in cash.
Italy's pubcaster RAI has removed two prominent TV personalities who were accused in April by Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi of "criminal use" of state-run TV.
Australian pay TV operator Foxtel is moving quickly in an effort to overturn the competition watchdog's veto of its proposed content-sharing deal with rival cabler Optus.
Bankrupt TV group Kirch Media looks set to forgive nearly a half-billion dollars in debt from the nearly insolvent Kirch pay TV platform Premiere if the web manages to retain rights to German league…
A last-minute bridge credit has saved German kidvidder RTV Family Entertainment from bankruptcy.
NBC has shuffled its deck, promoting three execs within the Peacock's development team.