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.
Astute viewers of WE: Women's Entertainment will notice a subtle, recurring theme running through the cable net's advertising -- the commercials are all for Johnson & Johnson products.
Singapore's MediaCorp TV is betting that not one but three versions of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" will spike the guns of new competitor MediaWorks.
Impatience can be a virtue. While the Hong Kong film industry prays for the World Trade Organization to end mainland China's super-tight quotas on foreign films, one local studio has become tired of…
The 41st Golden Rose TV festival is hosting its first workshop for TV writers and developers. Event will be held May 1 -- the day before the Writers Guild of America's contract expires.
Lifetime execs were literally uncorking the bubbly on Tuesday, celebrating the fact that for the first time in its 17-year history, the cable net ranked No. 1 in primetime for an entire quarter.
German kidvidder EM.TV is launching its branded Junior programming block in Russia. The Junior blocks now air in 11 territories.
Boosted by "The O'Reilly Factor," Fox News Channel out-rated its competition in primetime for an entire quarter for the first time in the net's history.