The U.K. government will reportedly block Rupert Murdoch from buying a U.K. terrestrial TV channel in its current revamp of cross-media ownership laws.
Controversial Olympic gold medalists Jamie Sale and David Pelletier are skating back to NBC.
With less than two months to go before the nets announce their fall 2002 skeds, producers on an unusually large number of second- and even third-year skeins are anxiously awaiting word on whether…
Viewers won't be "Watching Ellie" for much longer -- while the few who had been tuning in UPN's new laffers will have to find something else to do on Tuesday nights.
Comic thesp Joan Cusack could be headed to daytime TV.
Telepictures Prods. president Jim Paratore has been named to the additional post of exec VP of Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution and Telepictures Distribution.
Tom Sizemore ("Black Hawk Down") has signed on to make his TV series debut in Michael Mann and Barry Schindel's police drama pilot for CBS, while Stephen Gyllenhaal ("Losing Isaiah") has agreed to…
Jan Mojto, programming chief at Germany's financially troubled Kirch Group, is ankling to set up his own production company.
"Monsters, Inc." and a whole batch of forthcoming Disney animated theatricals are journeying to a new pay cable destination: John Malone's Starz!.
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