CBS has ordered a one-hour pilot for a new adventure reality series tentatively titled "Culture Shock." Show, from Rocket Science Laboratories, would feature participants performing in rituals that…
With the fall season launch just weeks away, the broadcast webs have made a few last-minute tweaks to their rollout plans.
The long-running battle over the right to produce the syndicated variety television program "It's Showtime at the Apollo" has been ratcheted up another notch as Western Intl. Syndication has filed…
The Museum of Television & Radio has added more than 500 hours of Sept. 11-related radio and TV programming to its collection.
Showtime is negotiating with Penny Marshall, Earvin "Magic" Johnson and Kip and Kern Konwiser to build their "Dynasty" at the pay TV network.
"John Edward" is sensing big changes this fall. When Universal Domestic Syndication's psychic medium series "Crossing Over With John Edward" returns for its second season in broadcast syndication…
High production costs and low ratings have spelled doom for A&E's "Nero Wolfe," starring Timothy Hutton. The cabler has cancelled the weekly hourlong period detective series after two seasons.
Troubled U.K. cabler Telewest has upped Mark Luiz to finance director to steer the company through its impending debt restructuring.
Execs have confirmed Nov. 14-16 dates for the first Spain TV Expo in Miami.
In what may turn out to be the most explicit case yet of conflict of interest sparked by Silvio Berlusconi's double role as media kingpin and head of government, proposed television bills could allow…
Industryites fear a controversial new law could strip the South African Broadcasting Corp. of its political independence.
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