As the Vatican gears up for the 2000 Holy Year Jubilee and a flood of religious pilgrims expected to descend on Rome for the accompanying celebrations, flagship Italian pubcaster RAI 1 is preparing…
David E. Kelley's high-profile ABC drama "Snoops" will soon be history, at least in part because of the success of the net's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire."
Optimism is creeping back onto the agenda at the Cable and Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia (Casbaa) conference and exhibition, which runs here through Friday.
Some serious hip hop flava could soon be coming to Fox Broadcasting: The web is developing a biopic of rap mogul Russell Simmons which would also serve as a history of hip-hop culture.
The "Trial" is just beginning for Dick Wolf and Studios USA now that Chris-Craft stations in Gotham, Los Angeles and Baltimore have committed to access deals for the new reality-courtroom strip…
Producer Jane Startz ("The Mighty") has partnered with bestselling author Judy Blume to develop and produce film and television projects based on Blume's popular books dealing primarily with…
Twentieth Century Fox Television apparently is minding its Kim Manners, inking an exclusive multiyear pact with the veteran "The X-Files" director/producer.
New Line TV will be expanding its ventures on the small screen with the unveiling of a trio of syndicated programs for sale at January's NATPE confab.
Biopics of Wilt Chamberlain, George Foreman and Marge Schott highlight a wide-ranging slate of original movies on the drawing boards of the USA Network.
"Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" and other broadcast distractions made November a tough month for some ad-supported cable nets, but the competition couldn't slow TBS, ESPN or Nickelodeon.