Long-touted legislation forcing Oz feevee drama channels to spend a minimum 10% of annual programming expenditure on new local drama production is likely to be tabled in Parliament next month. The…
CBS Television Stations president Jonathan Klein has decided to retire from the company and could announce his decision as early as today, Eye web insiders said.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has named Herb Jellinek to the newly created position of exec veep.
For the first time in the studio's history, 20th Century Fox TV has emerged as the leading supplier of network primetime series, defeating Warner Bros., which had worn the crown for the past 12 years.
A record 800 foreign TV station buyers hit town today for the annual L.A. Screenings -- and for the first time in four years, they're expected to do some serious shopping.
Just a week after announcing that Mickey Mouse will make his video games debut, Disney Interactive has added Donald Duck and "Jungle Book" characters to cash in on the lucrative $6.3 billion industry.
The tragic shootings at Columbine High School have, at least temporarily, claimed another victim: The CBS drama pilot "Falcone."
She started out as Julius Caesar's bimbo eruption run amok, navigated a circuitous, deadly path as the Queen of Egypt and wound up folding a poisonous serpent to her breast as the kingdom began to…
Italian film director Franco Zeffirelli and British TV commentator David Frost have teamed up to launch Europe's newest niche TV venture, the Opera Channel.
The Eye will try to retain its status as America's most-watched network next season with a sked that shakes up several nights while taking few big risks.
John Malone's Starz network has signed an exclusive pay TV output deal with the Shooting Gallery, which becomes the fourth recent indie movie operation to engineer a deal with the network.