Latino pay-TV programmer Cisneros Television Group announced it has inked a deal with Argentine indie producer Cuatro Cabezas for 10 docus.
The National Network (TNN) has landed the exclusive cable rights to the XFL, which will begin airing on the Viacom-owned cabler in February.
The Planeta Group, the largest publishing company in the Spanish-speaking world, has entered pic production. TV exec Emanuela Spinetta, formerly director of Pearson TV in Spain, has been named…
Two News Corp. divisions that will soon be united in the company's planned listing of Sky Global Networks are already making moves to exploit their synergistic links.
The ruling class triumphed on Britain's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" Nov. 20 when a cousin of Camilla Parker Bowles -- Prince Charles' better half -- became the show's first £1 million winner.
An antitrust watchdog is urging the government to break up exit poll consortium Voter News Service, blamed, in part, for TV reporters' bad election night calls.
The Alphabet web's new integrated sales unit, ABC Unlimited, has landed a $10 million national deal just a few months after its launch.
Talk about a good news, bad news kind of day: On Tuesday Icebox.com announced that one of its Web toons will be the first to make the jump to a major network -- but the Netco also revealed that it…
TV Azteca has moved to appease the markets by offloading its controversial 50% stake in mobile telephony venture Unefon.
Several networks and a handful of rookie and returning series are off to strong starts this season, but the biggest early winner of the primetime ratings race is ... Tuesday.
Tribune Entertainment Co. has declared syndie action hour "Mutant X" a firm go for 2001 and hired Philip Segal as senior VP for scripted programming and development.