British channels BBC Prime and BBC Learning have struck a carriage deal with Germany's Kabel Deutschland and PrimaCom.
John Edward sees dead people. And he makes a darn good living at it. "Crossing Over With John Edward," in which the friendly psychic communicates with those on the "other side," has been a huge…
ABC is close to inking a deal with former "ER" regular Maria Bello to star in "The Governor," a half-hour, single-camera laffer targeted for the net's 2002-03 sked.
National web CTV has scooped broadcast rights for the Juno Awards from longtime kudocaster of the annual music event the CBC.
American cable networks are carrying on a raging love affair with British television executives. The latest London expatriate to heed the siren call of U.S. showbiz is Kathryn Mitchell.
There's been no upturn yet in this infamous ad market -- unless you're in New York, that is, where newly minted Republican Michael Bloomberg has breathed some life into Gotham broadcasters.
Jay-Z and Linkin Park will perform at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards, joining a lineup that includes Jennifer Lopez, U2, Britney Spears and Missy Elliott.
Sandra Bernhard, known for campy self-indulgence and an attitude as prominent and blunt as her proboscis, isn't so much a talent as a personality. That makes her a worthy entrant into the…
Latin American pay TV service Pan-American Sports Network (PSN) has tapped Luis Baraldi VP of programming, production and operations, as expected.
Comedian Martin Short, "The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart and actor-director Rob Reiner have been tapped as presenters on next month's Emmycast.
Writing duo Chris Alberghini and Mike Chessler have inked a one-year comedy development deal with NBC Studios.