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.
HBO Latin America will inaugurate its $45 million satellite transmission, production and post-production center in Sunrise, Fla., on Wednesday. The new company, called HBO Latin America Prod…
U.S. Latino web Hispanic Television Network has inked a production and distribution deal with Mexican broadcaster MVS Television. The partners will develop talkshows, sitcoms, and musical and sports…
Fox is developing a companion series about emergency rescues to potentially pair with its hit Friday night reality skein "Police Videos."
"Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" exec producer Michael Davies has forged diplomatic ties with Disney and ABC, launching the media production company Diplomatic while renewing his "Millionaire" duties…
Forget Boardwalk: The most coveted spot on a Monopoly board could soon be the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. Fox Licensing and Merchandising has struck a deal with USAopoly for a new version of…
German production company Brainpool is creating what it believes is the first live entertainment show set in outer space.
Television industry pioneers Leonard Hill and Sam Denoff have been tapped for honors by the Caucus for Television Producers, Writers and Directors. The kudos will be given at the organization's 18th…