The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has organized the workers on "Arrest and Trial," a reality series for broadcast syndication produced by Studios USA's First Run Prods.
It's a long way from directing Leonardo DiCaprio on a Thai beach to the slums of Manchester, but Danny Boyle is returning to his roots. In his first outing since "The Beach," Boyle has signed up to…
Satcaster Sky PerfecTV said on Monday that it landed broadcast rights to all 64 games of the 2002 soccer World Cup.
Since doing research for his 1981 film "Prince of the City," veteran director Sidney Lumet has wanted to delve into the world of the prosecutors, defense attorneys and accused who inhabit New York's…
Producing an original weekly TV series is not cheap. Yet with the popularity of HBO's "The Sopranos" and "Sex and the City," more cablers, both basic and pay, are developing and producing their own…
Universal TV & Networks Group has appointed Dan Marks to the newly created position of senior VP, business development, to be based in London.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it. That seems to be the motto for many returning hit shows this fall. While there are a few cast changes here and there to spice things up, the major plot twists are…
ABC is trying to make it easier for advertisers to spend money by creating "ABC Unlimited," an integrated sales and market unit that will offer one-stop shopping for broadcast TV, cable, syndication…
In an ironic twist of fate, ABC was cornered into footing the bill for all 200 yellow-and-black Emmy banners found on surface street lampposts around Los Angeles. ABC spent about $40,000 for the…
The cast of "Frasier," expressing the growing frustration among striking union actors toward advertisers, urged all attendees at the Primetime Emmy Awards to wear gold ribbons as a show of support…