Paramount Network TV exec Dan Fauci has tossed his suit aside and signed a multiyear overall deal to become a producer at the studio.
The stratospheric rise in production costs will make instant rerunning of TV shows on broadcast and cable a permanent part of the television landscape.
The American Society of Cinematographers has tapped 16 cinematographers as nominees in its three TV categories, with NBC and CBS programs taking three nods each.
Turner Broadcasting's TNT and TBS and sibling the WB have together ponied up about $20 million for the rights to "Divine Secrets of the Ya Ya Sisterhood" and three other theatrical movies from Warner…
NATPE may have limped along Monday, but nearby, affils and their nets seemed to have caught a dose of the love bug.
AOL TW's entertainment and publishing divisions are striking their most thorough synergistic project yet with the Feb. 25 release of the soundtrack to "Smallville."
The nation's first Public Enemy No. 1, "The Saint" and nuclear disaster are among subjects Craig Anderson Prods. is tackling on its latest small-screen development slate.
The Golden Globes kudocast on NBC took a ratings hit but wasn't tackled by pro football on Sunday.
Repercussions from the growing scandal surrounding Leo Kirch's links to kidvidder EM.TV topper Werner Klatten are being felt throughout Germany's media industry as the cartel office prepares to…
The Writers Guild of Canada and the Canadian Film and Television Production Assn. said Monday they have agreed an independent production deal to run until 2005 after just six days of talks.
Pop superstar Michael Jackson will give an exclusive interview to journalist Martin Bashir on commercial broadcaster ITV's "Tonight" show in a bid to repair his crumbling reputation.