Noggin, the kids' cable network from Nickelodeon and Children's Television Workshop, is beefing up its original programming with two new series.
Sidney Clifton, previously director of television development at animator Film Roman, has been upped to VP in charge of TV.
The Television Assn. of Programmers, Latin America, has named Sean Spencer to the new position of senior vice president.
Dianne Doctor has been promoted to news director of Gotham's NBC-owned station WNBC.
Much more than a reiteration of the obvious -- that politicians and performers are forever linked -- Bravo's "Hollywood, D.C." is a shrewdly crafted docu that traces a rousing relationship back to…
Bravo has bought all three series of the U.K.'s award-winning comedy drama "Cold Feet" for primetime transmission next year.
Strong season premieres for "The Simpsons" and "The X-Files" powered Fox to a convincing victory among young adults on the first Sunday of November sweeps, which won the night in adults 18-49 by 4…
Appropriately titled, NBC's "Cursed" is a weak addition to a big night of comedy. Like "Suddenly Susan," "Caroline in the City," "Jesse" and "Stark Raving Mad" before it, new laffer is asked to carry…
Nashville-based Gaylord Cable Networks, a division of Gaylord Entertainment, has launched a music entertainment channel, MusicCountry, to air in the Asia-Pacific Rim region.
CanWest Global subsidiary Global Television has established a C$750,000 ($491,000) fund to help foster emerging TV documentary production in British Columbia.
Production of commercials in Los Angeles dwindled to a record low in October in the final month of the sixth-month strike by union actors against the ad industry.