A&E Television Networks, along with Canuck cablers Rogers Broadcasting and Shaw Communications, will launch the Biography Channel in Canada in September.
Ask Yes Television's president Randall Cox about the biggest danger his company faces, and he replies, "People, people, people." Cox is readying the British-based company's interactive TV service for…
The trouble with "Normal, Ohio" is that it's canceled. Fox has pulled the low-rated John Goodman starrer from Carsey-Werner, deciding not to order any additional segs beyond the show's original…
After four years as chief program planner with Denmark's TV2, Lars Grarup has been signed by pubcaster DR to program its main channel, TV1, starting Jan. 1.
Dr. Laura Schlessinger, famous for lecturing millions of radio listeners about family matters, may soon be considered an expert on another topic: how to fail in syndicated television.
ABC has climbed into the belly of "The Beast," ordering six episodes of the drama series about an edgy cable news service. "The Beast," which comes from Imagine Television and Touchstone Television…
"If you're a gay person in America and you don't subscribe to Showtime, you're going to be missing something." That ringing declaration of Showtime Networks president of programming Jerry Offsay…
Zee Telefilms' version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," "Sawal Dus Crore Ka," has flopped after just two months.
For the first time in a while, Fox Broadcasting execs won't be finding any lumps of coal in their stockings this Christmas. Deviating from what had almost become a tradition at the web, all hell…
NBC's Wednesday dramas "West Wing" and "Law & Order" may represent primetime's high-rent district, but new kid on the block "Ed" just may have what it takes to pay the mortgage on this night. While…