The Canadian-based cable webs Newsworld and Trio have signed affiliate deals with cable giant AT&T Broadband & Internet Services.
The Casting Society of America on Wednesday saluted casting directors for their stage, screen and TV work, with kudos acknowledging projects ranging from "Saving Private Ryan" to "Will & Grace" to…
DreamWorks Television has inked a multiyear first-look deal with Evolution Entertainment, the fledgling management and production shop headed by feature producers Mark Burg and Oren Koules.
Robert Johnson, chairman and CEO of BET Holdings, is proposing to take an equity stake in the UPN Network in exchange for the right to play some of UPN's sitcoms on the BET Network a week or two…
Faced with increasingly brutal competish for talent, webheads say agents for writers and producers with even a hint of buzz around them are asking for -- and getting -- guaranteed "put" pilot…
"48 Hours" has turned out some good work, in the finest tradition of CBS News, since its 1986 debut as a network special on crack addiction, but the newsmag opens its 13th season with a story of a…
NBC's "Will & Grace" won the battle of the Tuesday sitcoms, but ABC won the war for control of the night thanks to a stellar bow from rookie drama "Once and Again."
Fearing its lifeline will be cut, South Africa's film industry will challenge free-to-air channel e.tv's plans to cut its local content commitments along with the level of local productions it…
To render T.G.I.F. racier, ABC has turned to the guys who co-wrote "There's Something About Mary." So when did T.G.I.F. suddenly begin to stand for The Greatest in Fornication? One of broadcast…
HBO has renewed three of its series, "Sex and the City," "Arliss" and "Oz," for another season.
It's quirky, it's mesmerizing, it's addictive, it's from "Moonlighting's" Glenn Gordon Caron -- and it offers the unforgettable image of John Goodman getting slammed by a subway train and flying…