The gameshow that led directly to Johnny Carson's being tapped as host of the "Tonight" show, "Who Do You Trust," is coming back to TV in a new form 38 years after it vanished from ABC's daytime…
TF1, France's leading private web, confirmed Wednesday that it had bought out Canal Plus' and Havas' shares in TV broadcaster Eurosport Intl. and its Gallic unit, Eurosport France for $320 million.
Looking for convergence? Check out the cablers. On Feb. 14, HBO will bow an interactive online arm with its new sports show, "On the Record" with Bob Costas.
HBO Films has greenlit "Shot in the Heart," a telepic based on Mikal Gilmore's memoir of the same name about his brother Gary Gilmore, the murderer who campaigned for his own execution in 1977…
Dick Ebersol, chairman of NBC Sports, sounded pumped in a Tuesday conference call with reporters about the XFL, boasting that 70% of the advertising time for the first 10 weeks of the rookie football…
Granada Media is axing roughly 100 staffers at its recently acquired ITV network businesses.
Playboy TV Intl. is pacting with Venevision Intl. to co-produce its first Spanish-lingo erotic telenovela.
Telewest expects to hit 500,000 digital TV subscribers by March, three months later than projected, but still representing a turnaround.
The number of homes with TiVo digital video recording machines doubled over the holidays, pushing fourth-quarter revenues for the San Jose-based company up 40% over the third quarter to $1.4 million.
The pay TV marketplace got a surprise jolt Wednesday when HBO outbid Starz for an eight-year lock on the rights to theatrical movies distributed by Universal Pictures.
Sony Entertainment Television India plans to double the program budget to concentrate on reality shows.