ABC has locked in early bids on two of the expected summer theatrical blockbusters: Touchstone's "Pearl Harbor" and DreamWorks' "A.I." Both will become available to ABC in 2004.
NBC News steamrolled its way through February sweeps, with the Peacock's "Nightly News" and "Meet the Press" beating the competish by virtually all measures.
Every dog has its day-- but some pups get two. "Dog Days," a half-hour Carsey-Werner-Mandabach project originally developed by NBC, has resurfaced in a new form at ABC.
Original dramas are popping up all over the place on basic-cable networks -- from Lifetime's "Strong Medicine" to A&E's "100 Centre Street" to USA's "The Huntress." Dozens more firstrun series are in…
Australia's first video-on-demand service, Easy Television, will be launched in the national capital Canberra in June.
Controversial TV Nova topper Vladimir Zelezny has signaled he is in talks with two foreign investors willing to back the popular Czech Republic station although he said he was not ready to name names.
An arrest warrant has been ordered for the father-and-son owners of Peru's America Television Canal 4, Jose Enrique and Jose Francisco Crousillat, amid allegations of political corruption.
Talk about dark horses: Bravo has outbid TNT, USA and A&E, among others, for the cable-network rights to Warner Bros.' hit series "The West Wing," forking over a record $1.2 million per episode.
When the government deregulated the city's pay TV market in December, many people believed one-time monopoly player Cable TV would soon be toast. But it is emerging as a good bet.
Strong perfs on Sunday night proved the difference for Fox and ABC last week as the nets rallied for narrow ratings victories in young adults and total viewers, respectively.