In the first legal fallout from the demise of Michael Ovitz's Artists Television Group, the WB Television Network has sued the company, seeking the return of a $1 million advance for production of…
With a handful of New York-based thesps, producers and execs still leery of flying out West, Emmy organizers have opted to go bicoastal this year.
The White House once again slammed comments made by "Politically Incorrect" gabber Bill Maher about America's fighting forces, this time suggesting that the latenight host is no different from people…
Nearly three months after Comcast's unsolicited $44 billion bid for AT&T Broadband, the two sides can start negotiating in earnest.
U.S. Spanish-lingo broadcaster Univision has acquired the children's animated series "Juanito Jones" from Spain's Cromosoma TV Prods.
Discovery Networks Intl. has upped Enrique Martinez to executive vice president and managing director of Discovery Communications, Latin America/Iberia.
Televisa has again begun airing controversial yakkers "Laura en America" and "Cristina" seven months after dropping the shows following a gale of outrage from politicians, the Catholic Church and…
German TV group ProSiebenSat 1 Media has revised its outlook for fiscal 2001 as a consequence of the recent terrorist attacks.
Cable operator Adelphia Communications has tapped TVN Entertainment Corp. to power the commercial rollout of its satellite-based video-on-demand service over the next five years. Adelphia also…
Stop us if you've heard this one before: A patronizing, pontificating, bumbling doofus thinks he knows everything, only to be thwarted in the end by his smarter, better-looking wife.