Tim Curry and Gary Cole have joined the WB's new take on "Family Affair," while Katey Sagal has agreed to ABC's "8 Simple Rules" and William Fichtner will join John Hannah in taking ABC's "The Oath."
Revlon is giving ABC's "All My Children" the ultimate makeover.
FX Networks has upped Chris Carlisle from senior VP to exec VP of marketing and promotions.
Joe Schlosser, who has served as Los Angeles bureau chief of Broadcasting & Cable magazine since 1999, has been named VP of communications and publicity of Hallmark Channel.
Comedy Central is doing something dramatic for a change, breaking precedent by taking on the clearance of a network with which it has no financial connection.
Leading broadcaster TV Globo has named Helena Bernardi director of the international sales division.
No. 2 web TV Azteca has nixed a deal with Nicaraguan programming sales agent Servicios Integrales Casco amid fraud allegations against the Central American company.
Rupert and James Murdoch have been bowled out in their attempts to get the Indian government to change the rules for the cable industry and for direct-to-home services.
Troubled German media giant Kirch continued talks with creditors over the weekend amid reports that Rupert Murdoch and Germany's pubcasters had made offers for the group's lucrative sports assets.
Call it "Wills at 15": ABC has greenlit production on a two-hour "Wonderful World of Disney" telepic that will explore the life of Britain's Prince William since the death of his mother.
Jeff Taylor, the ex-BBC exec embroiled in the pubcaster's merchandise manufacturing scandal in Hong Kong, has been charged with fraud by the territory's Independent Commission Against Corruption.