MGM plans to launch more joint ventures with the Zee Television Network, according to MGM Network prexy Jules Haimovitz, who is visiting the country.
Greg Gumbel, who works as announcer on the lead team covering National Football League games with Phil Simms as color man, signed a new three-year contract with CBS Sports.
Troubled United Pan-Europe Communications shares hit record lows on the Amsterdam stock exchange (AEX) on Wednesday after two Dutch regulators published a joint report that concluded the Dutch Net…
Trio, the Canadian cable network bought by Barry Diller's USA Cable last year, has engineered its first programming deal under the new regime, purchasing all 78 hourlong episodes of "Sessions at West…
VH1 is off to a promising start in the Nielsen ratings for its "Name That Video" gameshow, one of the most ambitious firstrun series in the network's history.
While Silvio Berlusconi is expected to win Italy's general election for prime minister May 13, the media giant has even more to crow about as his TV and advertising group Mediaset announced better…
For all those would-be millionaires, Walt Disney World will offer the next best thing to a TV appearance: It will bow "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire -- Play It!" on April 7 at Disney-MGM Studios in…
King World Prods. told the New York-based production staff of its freshman court strip "Curtis Court" Thursday morning that the show is not coming back for a second season.
Motion Picture Assn. of America chair-CEO Jack Valenti on Thursday commended the Bush administration for exacting further promises that the Greek government won't sit and watch unlicensed TV stations…
Germany's media antitrust authorities have no objection to applications for two broadcasting licenses that could breathe new life into the country's slow-starting feevee market, regulators said…
In its second try on Wednesday, ABC's new Denis Leary laffer "The Job" didn't do nearly as good a job holding onto its "Drew Carey" lead-in, but it still posted respectable numbers.