New York-based new media company BNNTV.COM has opened a Los Angeles office to manage its West Coast television development and production operations.
Every Alan Freed legend involves one of three images: rock 'n' roll visionary, payola victim, broken man. NBC's attempt to penetrate those superficialities comes out mixed. For once there's more to…
Turner Broadcasting's TBS is crowing about the angelic 5.5 Nielsen rating in cable homes chalked up by the 1996 John Travolta hit "Michael" during its network TV premiere Sunday.
With New York's team in the National League Championship Series for the first time in 11 years, NBC opened the semifinal round of the playoffs Tuesday by outslugging 13 of last year's 14 pre-World…
The European Commission has responded to commercial Irish broadcaster TV3's complaint about the high level of funding enjoyed by pubcaster RTE, asking the Dept. of Arts of the Irish government to…
Some fast and furious bidding among local stations was unable to keep Paramount's "Judge Judy" away from KCBS, which secured syndie rights to the show for four years, beginning September 2000.
"Judging Amy" co-exec producers Dawn Prestwich and Nicole Yorkin have inked a multiyear overall development deal with 20th Century Fox Television.
A small, outside distributor is handling TV syndication of reruns of MTV's series "Real World" rather than inhouse Paramount Domestic TV, because MTV was afraid the show would get lost.
The Nashville Network's most expensive -- and highest-rated -- annual fan-voted, country music awards show is getting a new magazine partner starting next year: Country Weekly.
The Peacock once again will play ball with its favorite "Kid" now that Dave Foley has inked an overall production deal with NBC Studios to develop and star in programs for various dayparts.
"NYPD Blue" creator/exec producer Steven Bochco is seeing red over the possibility that ABC might bump his hit cop skein out of its established 10 p.m. Tuesday slot in favor of frosh drama "Once and…