The Monte Carlo TV Festival organizers are expanding their programming competish in the hopes of turning the annual Euro-based event into the TV equivalent of the Cannes Film Festival.
After a taste test on several Fox O&Os, Twentieth Television is officially serving up its L.A.-based breakfastcast "Good Day Live" to the national syndication marketplace.
NBC has signed a three-year deal with the Arena Football League to cover 15 regular-season Sunday afternoon games and all postseason AFL games, including the championship final, starting next…
Twentieth Century Fox Intl. TV has sold "Temptation Island" to No. 2 Brazilian net SBT, marking the format's first sale in Latin America.
Australia's two metropolitan pay TV carriers, Foxtel and Optus, have inked a deal that will see their programming delivered across both networks.
ABC's new Monday lineup has stumbled out of the gate, sending the net to a fifth-place finish for the night.
Devine Entertainment has inked a broadcast sale for 19 of its films with Canada's pubcaster for a three-year term.
NBC picked up a ratings gold medal for its coverage of the Winter Olympics, but it appears the other nets may not have as much to fear in upcoming Games.
Forget, for a moment, those industrywide arguments over "repurposing" and early off-network windows. For the producers of ABC's "The Job," there's no debate.
The cable industry is being driven up the wall by all those customers who either turn up their nose at new programming services or buy them for two or three months and then get rid of them.
VH1, which has been speeding toward a ratings crash, hopes to make a sharp U-turn at the corner of Hollywood and Vine.