Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution and A&E Networks have signed on as development partners with research company E-Poll to fine-tune the company's Internet-based audience research service, the…
"Kristin," the new NBC comedy starring Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth, bowed to decent ratings Tuesday thanks largely to its cozy timeslot.
Universal Pictures has pinkslipped seven employees in its international marketing and distribution division at VP level and below.
A well-conceived story executed with a sentimental sketchiness, Showtime's "Walter and Henry" doesn't satisfy either as social drama or as family meller.
Columbia TriStar Intl. Television's action and adventure channel AXN is unifying its branding before pursuing its global aspirations.
"Pearl Harbor" producer Jerry Bruckheimer has captured an exclusive, two-year deal at Warner Bros. Television to develop and produce series television.
Discovery Networks Asia (DNA) is adding a third channel despite uncertainty about advertising revenues and cable and satellite capacity crunch in some markets.
It's going to be a long, not-so-hot summer for TV sales execs. Three weeks after the broadcast nets presented their new primetime skeds to advertisers, the upfront marketplace has hardly budged.
Studios USA Television hasn't officially named Sarah Timberman its new prexy -- but Timberman is already starting to shape a new creative team.
Brazil's emergency plan to cut energy use by 20% is wiping soccer off primetime TV, hitting advertisers who have paid for expensive slots.
The reality department at USA Network is ramping up, adding development exec Elizabeth Porter to the team as a VP and greenlighting a reality/gameshow pilot from producer Phil Gurin. Porter joins USA…