The search is on for a new BBC chairman following the surprise exit of Sir Christopher Bland, who is leaving to become the new chairman of troubled U.K. telco British Telecom.
Major ITV companies Carlton Communications and Granada Media have confirmed they are combining the ITV web and their joint venture feevee platform ONdigital into a single business.
Regency Television has upped creative affairs exec Stephanie Levine to senior vice president.
In its first upfront programming presentation to advertisers under the leadership of Doug Herzog, USA Network announced Wednesday that its upcoming plans include the launch of three themed "nights"…
VH1 has greenlit "When the Music Stops," an original movie starring Annabeth Gish and "One Life to Live's" Kamar de los Reyes.
Cable net Sci Fi is going to "Mars" with its programming strategy for 2002.
As the TV season winds down, the Big 4 network horse race has never been tighter. Some neck-and-neck finishes will not even be decided until the final days of May sweeps, which begins tonight.
Paxson Communications posted a pared-down first-quarter loss on Wednesday, aided by revenue gains following improved ratings for its Pax TV weblet.
Fox News Channel has pacted with Forbes to co-produce "Forbes on Fox," a weekly business program that will air Saturdays, beginning May 12.
NBC has finally found a spot for the Paramount Network TV comedy "Kristin."
Team Communications Group has inked an exclusive distribution deal with U.K.-based Indigo Film and Television.