Reality formats are once again hot on the Croisette.
Disney topper Michael Eisner called Soap Net "the greatest thing that's happened to our company since chopped liver, and we don't even have chopped liver."
Production giant Endemol is buying London-based youth TV producer Brighter Pictures. Fast-growing Brighter more than doubled its turnout last year with provocative shows like urban lifestyle…
Jerry Bruckheimer Films has purchased the film rights, based on a five-page book proposal, to "The Bureau and the Mole" by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Vise.
Discovery Networks Europe is partnering with Italy's Mediatrade to co-produce seven hourlong documentaries.
WNBC has snagged 33 New York Emmy nominations, topping all other Gotham broadcast outlets.
After 34 years at Reed Midem, the past 12 of them at the helm, CEO Xavier Roy is preparing his succession with the forthcoming appointment of a managing director, he told Daily Variety on Wednesday.
Fox's comedy comeback continues: Net has renewed Tuesday laffer "Titus" for a second full season.
Britain's Wall to Wall has announced its biggest production with the $8.5 million factual series "Ancient Egyptians."
Sinking the small-screen competition with the same might it wielded in theaters, James Cameron's "Titanic" scored the highest ratings of any feature aired on Italian television in the past five years…
Expanding its presence in the international broadcasting market, MGM is establishing a 24-hour digital branded movie channel in New Zealand.