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MGM Networks has forged an alliance with Mideast satcaster Orbit to launch an around-the-clock MGM-branded movie channel in the region.
The evidence is in: CBS is readying a spinoff of its smash crime drama "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation." Series creator/exec producer Anthony Zuicker and exec producers Ann Donahue and Carol…
TV exec Joe Scotti has joined the recently launched worldwide TV venture Global Media Television in the new post of prexy, North America.
David Leckie was ousted Tuesday as chief exec of Kerry Packer's Nine Network after an 11-year reign, taking the rap for the once-dominant web's declining ratings and profits.
Animation producer Nelvana has acquired the rights from Berenstain Enterprises to develop, produce and distribute TV series based on the popular "Berenstain Bears" books.
Canadian film and TV company Alliance Atlantis Communications is expected to announce major staff cuts this week, perhaps as early as today.
As the networks aim to slice license fees and cut costs, studio chiefs are bracing for an economic squeeze this pilot season.
Mel Gibson's and Bruce Davey's Icon Prods will produce HBO's next big-budget miniseries, 10-part "Alexander the Great," which is aimed at a 2004 debut on the pay-cabler.