Joanne Baron holds the rights to the life story of disabled couple Donna and Ricardo Thornton and is co-executive producer on the upcoming CBS telepic “Profoundly Normal.” Information was incomplete…
The Learning Channel has set the all-new U.S. version of "What Not to Wear" to launch in first quarter 2003.
AMC will broadcast "Hollywood Celebrates Denzel Washington: An American Cinematheque Tribute" in March.
Gotham-based film and television shingle Abandon Entertainment has made a deal with Creek & River, Asia's largest freelance creative-talent agency. Under the deal, Creek & River will provide Abandon…
Although movies will always reign as king of imported content, industry experts at the Asian TV Forum, held last week, predicted that niche channels will be the next big thing in Asia.
Infomercials have gained a new level of respectability--thanks in part to a series of videos that star drunk college girls yanking off their tops and flashing the camera.
It's channel-hopping, Indian style. Smarting from the defection of movie channel HBO to Sony Entertainment Television (SET), India's Zee-Turner has opted for reality fare to fill the gap while it…
One of the goofiest comedies on national television employs no scriptwriters and doesn't play before a studio audience. The program is TNT's Thursday night "Inside the NBA," and the ostensible…
Dutch broadcaster Veronica, the top brand name in Dutch broadcasting for nearly 30 years, is finding its comeback rough going after two years off the air. Veronica went dark after it bailed out of a…
Spain's animation industry, dubbed Spanimation, is hitting a cash crunch, leaving top toon makers jittery.
The promise of video-on-demand has been touted for years. With the rollout of digital cable, the number of customers who will have access to VOD has increased exponentially in the past year, setting…