A high-stakes bluff by Europe's major automakers to force German media mogul Leo Kirch into giving them some control over Formula One racing has paid off.
German telco Deutsche Telekom will get rid of its cable systems by July 1. Six remaining cable franchises will go to an investment group headed by U.S. cabler Liberty Media and the U.K.'s Klesch, a…
"Just Shoot Me" showrunner Marsh McCall has inked a multiyear deal worth an estimated mid-seven figures with Brad Grey Television and Columbia TriStar Television.
Universal Studios Intl. has agreed to provide U.K.'s Video Networks' video-on-demand service with feature films as well as film and TV library titles for several years.
Showtime has entered into a deal for a $1.1 million feature-length documentary about swingers called "Sex With Strangers" that will allow the producer-directors to release the movie to theaters after…
Steven Bochco and Twentieth Century Fox reached a last-minute settlement of their long-running "NYPD Blue" lawsuit late Friday. Trial was scheduled to start today in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Viacom has won a stay from a U.S. appeals court that will let it keep a handful of valuable TV stations for a little while longer. Company would have had to sell the assets by May 4 to comply with an…
It's nowhere near a hit on the order of his "Survivor," but Mark Burnett's "Eco-Challenge: Borneo" chalked up a 2.0 average primetime rating on four nights last week, which had USA Network execs…