L.A.-based TV producer-distribber Team Entertainment has tapped James Waldron as president. In his new role Waldron will oversee the global development and production of Team's programming, from…
Commercial production at off-lot locations in Los Angeles has dwindled to about half its usual level as the strike by union actors against advertisers enters its seventh week. Figures released by the…
"The X-Files" will return to the land of the rising sun in December with a regular weekly broadcast on satcaster BS Asahi. It ended its three-year run in 1998 as the only U.S. program in a regular…
Carlos Avila, a local sports programming magnate, is expected to sign a definitive agreement by the end of the month with businessman Eduardo Eurnekian to buy an 80%-stake in America TV, Argentina's…
MTV Networks has scheduled its new half-hour animated series "Spy Groove" in a Monday 10:30 p.m. slot, starting June 26.
Three days before the new version of Paramount's "Shaft" hits the multiplexes, TNT will host a 10-hour "Shaft" marathon featuring a discussion with the new movie's star, Samuel L. Jackson; its…
Warner Bros. International Television has inked a video-on-demand programming deal with Yes Television in the U.K. for the non-exclusive VOD rights to several live-action and animated TV series.
TBS has managed to come up with a new twist on a stale theme with the low-rent "On Hostile Ground." This time around, New Orleans, during Mardi Gras, is besieged by a giant sinkhole, and everybody is…
The Sci Fi Channel has renewed "Farscape, " its highest-rated original series, for a third full season encompassing 22 hourlong episodes.
Discovery Channel will produce a four-hour adventure mini "Discovery Channel Adventure Race" for exclusive telecast on the channel in spring 2001.