The latest coup for the "The Blair Witch Project" comes courtesy of Rupert Murdoch, whose FX cable net has landed the first broadcast window for a price that could reach a staggering $10 million.
The U.K.'s first true video-on-demand service will be launched in October, using British Telecom's national phone network.
CBS execs have decided to launch the Eye's new family drama "Judging Amy" in the prime post- "60 Minutes" timeslot that "Touched by an Angel" normally fills.
NBC's West Coast topper Scott Sassa addressed the controversy over diversity on a personal level Thursday, forcefully telling of his anger at the way TV portrayed Asians when he was a child.
Rupert Murdoch's underachieving FX cable network will harvest more than 4 million new subscribers on Aug. 17, thanks to a wide-ranging affiliate deal with DirecTV.
Following last spring's dismal comedy development, NBC is drastically retooling several of its returning laffers while moving aggressively to find its next big sitcom hit.
Cabler Outdoor Life Network has cut a four-year, $3 million deal for the exclusive TV rights to the Tour de France, cycling's most prestigious event.
Paul Reiser's Nuance Prods. has inked a new development and production pact with Columbia TriStar TV, home for the past seven years to his show "Mad About You."
NBC has given a firm series commitment to ABC Entertainment Group's Touchstone Television for a midseason comedy from former "Ellen" producers Tim Doyle, Matt Berry and Ric Swartzlander.
Commercial webs recorded better-than-average growth rates in gross advertising revenues compared to other media in the first six months of the year per A.C. Nielsen figures released Tuesday.
NBC's most-anticipated new drama of the season will launch in the most coveted timeslot the web has: Thursday at 10.