The fourth annual Latin American Screens TV market will be held in Cartagena, Colombia, today through Wednesday. Buyers representing 40 channels from 17 countries are expected to attend.
Televisa has unveiled a new pay TV comedy channel aimed at 18- to 44-year-olds.
ESPN, striving to broaden its audience by producing more sports programming with an entertainment angle, has signed a deal with the actor Jack Wagner ("Melrose Place") to host a showbiz golf show…
Claxson Interactive Group reported a third-quarter pro forma loss of $34.9 million on pro-forma revenue of $27.9 million.
Tech TV, the cable network owned by Paul Allen's Vulcan Ventures, has laid off 130 staff members, about 25% of its workforce.
United Pan-Europe Communications has posted a loss of 2.1 billion euros ($1.84 billion) for the first nine months of the year, up from $1.3 billion for the first nine months of 2000.
CME, which operates five stations in Central Europe, announced a continued increase its earnings in the third quarter and anticipates even healthier results.
Fox Entertainment has shut down its Fox Network TV-movie division; Fox TV Pictures is still in operation. Info was incorrect in Wednesday’s paper. * * * Mitch Green of the Solidarity Slate was the…
Howard Stern's down, but not out, at CBS. The Eye and its syndie distributor King World are developing a firstrun syndicated comedy with Stern's production company that could fill the Saturday…
Adam Sandler's Happy Madison shingle has landed its first TV project, a put pilot at NBC starring fellow "Saturday Night Live" alums Jon Lovitz and Norm Macdonald, who play mismatched roomates.
Coming off a week filled with ratings increases, most of syndication's numbers held strong during the week, which included the first weekend and the first two weekdays of the November sweep.
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