Francoise Bertrand, chairman of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, is set to ankle her top job at the Canuck broadcast regulator to move to Secor Consulting on Feb. 15.
E! Networks is producing the telefilm "Romantic Comedy 101" for a preem on E! in fall 2001 starring Jeremy London, Joseph Lawrence and Natalia Cigliuti. Tom Arnold and Thomas Ian Nicholas also have…
Despite facing tougher competition this year, CBS perennial favorite "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" shined brightly Tuesday in key demos, topping both "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" on ABC and the…
The movie awards season has only just begun, and already the Oscars race finds itself eclipsed by the shadow of the previous master of ceremoni -- perennial orite Billy Crystal is out of the running.
Model-turned-actress Angie Everhart may not normally compete for roles with James Caan, but she did take his place this week. Caan was slated to exec produce and star in a Pearson Television…
NBC has formed a syndication development and distribution alliance among its owned-and-operated stations, Gannett Broadcasting and Hearst-Argyle Television. While station groups have previously…
UPN is close to pacting with World Wrestling Federation Entertainment and Paramount Network Television for "Manhunt," a new hourlong reality skein that combines elements of "WWF Smackdown" with…
In his first small screen deal, producer Alan Ladd Jr. has put on track a syndicated series version of "The Orient Express" with a 22-episode commitment. Scribes Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais ("The…
It seems only fitting that in a season when "Yes, Dear" is a hit, it's NBC and Fox that have emerged as the networks with the greatest primetime success.
Things are getting a little funnier at Touchstone Television, which has sealed pilot deals starring Hank Azaria at NBC and Jim Belushi at ABC.