Financially troubled Team Entertainment is streamlining operations and reducing operating expenses under its new management.
Black Entertainment TV has drawn up a once-a-month primetime spring schedule for three more original movies adapted from romance novels in the Arabesque Books series and produced by BET Movies.
Liberty Livewire has closed a deal bringing two of Singapore's biggest facilities serving cable and satellite channels under one umbrella.
TNT is lavishing $11 million on "King of Texas," an epic Western starring Patrick Stewart that transplants Shakespeare's "King Lear" to Texas during the 1840s. Stewart will co-exec produce the…
Following a year of budget trimming and growing advertising, CME announced improved results for 2000.
ABC's Denis Leary cop comedy "The Job" showed some promise in its debut Wednesday, but ratings for CBS' police drama "Big Apple" were, well, rotten to the core in a special post-"Survivor" outing.
Father Frank Desiderio has been named prexy of the Humanitas Prize Organization.
In the event of a strike, CBS is prepared to bolster its primetime sked with "Big Brother" and other strike-proof programming, CBS prexy and CEO Leslie Moonves said.
Columbia TriStar Intl. Television has upped Brendan Fitzgerald to veep of international production. Based in Los Angeles, Fitzgerald will continue to report to Steve Kent, senior veep of…
It's time for Gene Blythe's close-up: The exec has been upped to executive vice president of casting at ABC Entertainment Television Group. He had been senior VP of casting since September 1999.