International TV industry vet Maria Komodikis has been tapped senior VP and G.M. for the international division of A&E TV Networks. She will be charged with managing AETN's global business and…
The Jim Henson Co. has divided the duties of Rod Perth -- who resigned last week as president of worldwide TV -- between two of its in-house executives, Angus Fletcher and Juliet Blake.
ABC execs hope to counter the continued success of the mini-monster phenoms such as the WB's "Pokemon" and Fox's "Digimon" by keeping most of the Alphabet's Saturday morning kids lineup intact…
Michael O'Hara has been tapped to write and exec produce the NBC miniseries "First to Die," which is set to air during May sweeps.
T. Scott Fain has been tapped VP, broadcasting-legal, at ABC Inc. He will replace Kristin Gerlach, who recently resigned. After relocating to ABC Inc.'s New York offices, he will oversee…
Warner Bros. has made it official, confirming industry speculation that Eric Frankel would get the new post of president of domestic cable distribution following the retirement of Ed Bleier. The new…
Nippon Television (NTV) jumped on the growing broadband bandwagon by saying it will join two telecom companies to form an Internet-based entertainment contents delivery company. NTV along with NTT…
NBC is putting veteran exec Christopher Conti in charge of all drama development for the web.
In a landmark legal decision for Oz scribes, writers of pubcaster ABC's drama series "Something in the Air" won a long-running dispute against the show's producers Beyond Simpson Le Mesurier.
Danish pubcaster TV2, which is partly financed by commercials, has appointed writer-director Adam Price head of fiction and drama, with responsibility for the station's investment in feature films…