Underscoring the vibrancy of Spain's toon production sector, Barcelona-based Filmax has created a shingle called Bren Entertainment.
Joel Cheatwood, the controversial exec who caused a firestorm in Chicago by hiring Jerry Springer to provide news commentary, has been named vice president of news for the CBS Television Stations.
While David Letterman was still recuperating from heart surgery, "Tonight Show with Jay Leno" easily out-rated Letterman's "Late Show" for the week of Feb. 14-18.
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The gameshow craze has spread to Pax TV, which announced Wednesday that it has ordered 80 new episodes of long-running gamer "Shop 'Til You Drop."
Aaron Spelling has been selected to receive the David Susskind lifetime achievement award in television from the Producers Guild of America.
It's back. "Grapevine" returns to CBS after a summer run in 1992, and the timing couldn't be better. Things are a bit racier now, with "Ally McBeal" and "Sex and the City" scoring critical nods for…
"Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," the Godzilla of quizshow formats, is stomping its way into Japan.
In Jordan, one woman is killed every two weeks in a "family honor crime," and the killers receive little or no jail time. This is only one of the harsh facts revealed in Shelley Saywell's chilling…
DBS provider EchoStar Communications has announced that it plans to add three new Turner nets and a premium movie package from Starz Encore to its Dish network programming lineup.
HBO is trying to woo younger viewers ringside with "KO Nation," a new Saturday afternoon boxing series hosted by former MTV personality Ed Lover.