"Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" has cast its spell over Tribune-owned stations in Gotham, Los Angeles and Chicago.
American Movie Classics said it has canceled its original series "Remember WENN" after four seasons.
LMNO Prods., the company behind reality series "Kids Say the Darndest Things" for CBS and "Guinness World Records" for Fox, has sold CBS a one-hour pet reality special that will serve as a series…
Viewers continue to greet the new primetime season with a collective yawn, as NBC's "Frasier" made its firstrun debut to indifferent response and most of the Friday and Saturday rookies settled for…
Kidvid distribber Bohbot Entertainment says it has lined up $100 million in financing to expand its syndie program slate into an ad-hoc broadcast web under the Bohbot Kids Network banner next year.
Court TV made its first scheduling changes under new CEO Henry Schleiff, who joined the cabler on Sept. 15.
Kicking off its commitment to acquire feature films that have not received theatrical distribution, the Sundance Channel has acquired domestic pay TV rights to Allison Burnett's directorial debut…
Hit Entertainment, a U.K.-based producer of children's and wildlife programming, has sold 10 series to U.S. TV outlets, including Fox Family Channel, Nickelodeon, HBO, Starz!/Encore and Animal Planet.
The continuing trend of broadcast consolidation is hurting the quality of TV news reporting, FCC chairman William Kennard argued Friday in a speech to news chiefs at the annual Radio and TV News…
Syndie development for 1999 is starting to pick up steam with word of two strips in the pipeline from Pearson Television and Eyemark Entertainment.
PROVIDED BY: NIELSEN MEDIA RESEARCH