Warner Bros. Domestic Pay TV and Cable has added the weekly hourlong PBS series "Sessions at West 54th" to its bulging portfolio of music programming such as the "Hard Rock Live" series on VH1 and…
Sony Pictures Entertainment has taken the wraps off its AXN channel in Spain, the latest addition to Canal Satelite Digital, that country's leading digital TV platform.
Malaysian-based vet producer-distrib A.K. Foo is teaming with San Franciscan animation house Wild Brain to develop a 13-part toon series which chronicles the adventures of a Chinese legend.
Declaring that it doesn't want to blur the line between news and entertainment, ABC has nixed plans for an Oliver Stone special that was to deal, in part, with the controversial theory that a Navy…
Twentieth Century Fox Television has upped Lisa Harrison to director of comedy development, in a move designed to broaden the studio's roster of writers working outside the TV mainstream.
The National TV and Radio Council on Friday agreed that Telewizja Polska can join Polska Platform Cyfrowa, Poland's planned second digital platform.
Silvio Berlusconi's TV group Mediaset and Germany's Kirch Group are discussing the creation of a joint venture involving Kirch's German commercial web SAT1, one of Mediaset's three terrestrial…
Fox has kept the November sweeps adults 18-49 race interesting with its highest-rated non-baseball Thursday special ever, "World's Most Shocking Moments Caught on Tape."
TV Azteca has signed an exclusive agreement with Buena Vista Intl. Television for broadcast rights to movies, series and animation.
A Knight in Camelot" imagines what sixth-century Europe might have been like if somebody had managed to get their hands on a laptop computer, a boombox and an employee ID tag.
Reruns of Studios USA's "Law & Order" have proved indestructible in the Nielsens on A&E even though it has scheduled them as many as four times a day since the fall of 1994. But despite that…