The Justice Dept. delivered a knockout blow Thursday to the merger of EchoStar and DirecTV. After a 12-month review, the agency called the deal anti-competitive and bad for consumers and plans to go…
Memo to Deborah Gibson, Gerardo and any former New Kid on the Block not named Donnie: Call your agents--now.
It was tough to make cutting jokes about NBC topper and GE vice chair Bob Wright -- who's as uncontroversial as they come -- at an awards ceremony Thursday feting Wright held by the Center for…
In the wake of Heinrich Bauer's winning bid for insolvent TV giant Kirch Media, fellow publisher Axel Springer has reiterated its interest in upping its minority stake in Kirch's TV broadcasting…
Promofilm will produce its reality format "Protagonistas de novela" (Soap Stars) for Chile's second-ranked broadcaster Universidad Catolica Television (UCTV/Canal 13).
TV host and actress Xuxa Menegel's new kiddie show, "Xuxa no mundo da imaginacao" (Xuxa in the Imagination World), has revitalized an ayem slot on broadcaster TV Globo.
Australia's Southern Star has sold British detective series "Wire in the Blood" to BBC America, on which it will air in December.
NBC and ABC waged a close battle in primetime on Wednesday, with "Law & Order" putting the Peacock over the top in preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
A small-screen project with Glamour magazine and an update of "Let's Make a Deal" are among several new plumes the Peacock's young syndie division is adding.
ABC has finished casting -- and shooting -- its celeb edition of "The Mole." "Spin City" co-star Michael Boatman, "L.A. Law" vet Corbin Bernsen, "Living Single" regular Kim Coles and "Dinotopia"…
ABC Family has renewed "The Last Resort," one of the first projects to debut under network prexy Angela Shapiro's new regime.