Michael Broder has ankled Arrow Entertainment, where he was veep of domestic distribution for the past two years, and launched his own shingle, Small Planet Pictures.
Gearing up for another development season, ABC drama chief Thom Sherman has been named senior VP of the division.
Fox Alternative Prods., the new arm of Fox TV Studios led by David Martin, plans to roll out a U.S. version of French reality hit "The Coach."
Film producer Gary Binkow has sued Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne for allegedly using his ideas without crediting him for their hit MTV series.
Barring any unforeseen circumstances, the networks will roll out their fall schedules in a more traditional manner this September.
PBS has added two programs to its slate: multimedia special "Endgame: Ethics and Values in America," to air this fall, and a production of play "The Gin Game," to air in fall 2003.
PBS will continue its American Shorts series with "Poof!," a one-hour drama adapted from the short play by Brooklyn playwright Lynn Nottage.
President Bush has granted an exclusive set of 9/11-related interviews to "60 Minutes II" correspondent Scott Pelley. The discussion will appear on the CBS newsmagazine on the anniversary of the…
ABC Family -- ever popular with the boys 6-11 demo -- has unveiled a fall slate with an emphasis on action/adventure. Series "Galidor," "Tokyo Pig" and "NASCAR Racers" will make their Saturday…
Nickelodeon Latin America said its second-quarter ratings in Mexico increased 80% on last year and were up 48% compared with the first quarter of 2002.
"Ilha da seducao" (Temptation Island) will bow on Brazilian broadcaster SBT Aug. 4 and on Spanish-lingo pan-regional feevee Canal Fox Sept. 2.