The Sundance Channel has picked up domestic TV rights to "Taking Off," helmer Heidi DeRuiter's feature-length doc bow about three adolescent girls who attend a camp for overweight children.
ABC has named former comedy development exec Glen Adilman to the newly created post of VP programming at ABC Entertainment.
The European Broadcasting Union has named Bjorn Ericksen, head of TV at Danish pubcaster DR, its new director of TV.
Scribe-helmer Jake Kasdan and Oscar winner Walon Green are teaming up to turn Kasdan's 1998 private eye pic "Zero Effect" into an hourlong series for NBC.
Comedian Demetri Martin is laughing all the way to the Peacock, signing a one-year development deal at NBC. Martin made waves with his standup routine at this summer's Just for Laughs festival in…
The successful subscription-only "Big Brother 2" Webcast has CBS execs actively pursuing new ways to exploit the Eye's on-air content via the Web.
VH1, Cablevision and Miramax will join Oct. 20 to present "The Concert for New York" at Madison Square Garden.
"Enterprise" may be no "Voyager," but its series premiere ratings still lifted UPN to a new ratings frontier.
Dick Wolf has added a compelling dimension to his flagship series "Law & Order" by exploring the inner workings of the criminal justice system from the legal and investigative standpoint in "Law…
Internet TV channel Canal Web, one of the early experiments in online TV, filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy Wednesday.
Indian pubcaster Doordarshan and Japanese pubcaster NHK have inked to promote audio and visual programs on tourism, culture and development and technical know-how between the two countries.