Strong numbers for "The Practice" and the first "classic TV" episode of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" powered ABC to victory Sunday, giving the net some much-needed momentum as it heads into a key…
The European Broadcasting Union in Geneva has chosen Frenchman Jean Stock to succeed Jean-Bernard Munch as its chief exec.
Scott Grogin has joined Fox Broadcasting as vice president of publicity and corporate communications. Grogin moves to Fox from the Universal Studios Recreation Group, where he served as director of…
The Seven Network has axed its Asian TV venture after losses hit almost AU$20 million ($10 million) over three and a half years.
Cable net FX drew its highest level of households and viewers Sunday night with the latest installment of its original pic franchise, "A Glimpse of Hell."
The RTL Group is reportedly eyeing Tribune Broadcasting as a possible gangplank into the U.S. market. According to German weekly Der Spiegel, the European broadcaster is in talks with Chicago's…
Each episode of the hit series "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" could end up on a cable network within a week of its primetime run on CBS, starting as early as this fall.
India's $500-million-a-year animation industry is growing at a boffo 30%, compared to just 20% for the global animation industry overall, Canadian analyst Robi Roncarelli told the international…
NBC will try to regain some lost ratings momentum with a fall 2001 development slate that combines traditional elements of the Peacock on-air brand and a healthy dose of risk-taking.
Barry Diller plans to give Court TV a run for its money with a digital network called Crime. As part of his blueprint, Diller has bought the Web site Crime.com run by John Langley, creator of "Cops"…