Paybox M-Net launches its second "Big Brother" series Sunday, which it promises will be "bigger, better, rougher and tougher."
Endemol's newest quiz format, "Pulsaciones," bowed on No. 2 broadcaster Artear-Canal 13 Wednesday.
Fox and DreamWorks have renegotiated content deals with ailing Kirch pay TV web Premiere as it slashes program purchasing costs to avoid collapse.
Artear is upping admin and finance topper Daniel Zanardi to operations manager, effective early August, to steer the broadcaster through the worst advertising slump in years.
Carlton Intl. has sealed a co-production deal with WGBH in the U.S. for "Dead Gorgeous," a 1 X 2 drama set in post-World War II London.
The government has named David Currie chairman of the U.K.'s new regulator, the Office of Communications.
"Everybody Loves Raymond" creator Phil Rosenthal says there's a chance the upcoming seventh season of his hit CBS show could be the show's last.
Newly installed VH1 toppers Brian Graden and Christina Norman are moving quickly to put their stamp on the struggling music cabler, greenlighting an aggressive fall slate of series and specs aimed at…
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The Agency for the Performing Arts won a $14.8 million jury verdict Wednesday in a case against the Walt Disney Co., where it claimed it was cheated it out of packaging fees on the ABC hit "Home…
NBC is hungry for more "Dog Eat Dog," ordering an additional six episodes of the summer reality skein.
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