Troubled Canadian children's TV producer Cinar has settled out-of-court with two of its subsidiaries, U.S. publishing companies Carson-Dellosa Publishing and HighReach Learning.
U.S. cable vet Jack Matthews has won one of the top jobs in pay TV Down Under: CEO of the Premium Movie Partnership, the movie channels owned jointly by Paramount, Vivendi Universal, Sony, 20th…
While MTV's wildly successful "The Osbournes" got nothing less than presidential treatment over the weekend, but cable net execs aren't under any illusions that they've steered clear of the perils of…
The USC School of Cinema-Television has named screenwriter Howard A. Rodman to chair its film and television writing division. Rodman replaces John Furia Jr., a former WGA president who steps down…
NBC has widened its May sweeps demo ratings lead with victories on Thursday, Friday and Saturday -- and the net was expecting a nice push Sunday from its 75th anniversary special.
The Hollywood majors are trying to band together to salvage what they can from the wreckage of Germany's Kirch Group -- and put pay TV in the Teutonic territory back on its feet.
Bob Barker has agreed to come on down to host the Daytime Emmy Awards.
Twentieth Century Fox has climbed aboard the video-on-demand bandwagon for its theatrical movies, signing a deal with In Demand for both current releases like "Ice Age" and library product such as…
E! Networks has signed an agreement with BSkyB to bring "Wild On" and "Celebrity Adventures" to the U.K.
A week after a shooting spree in a German school left 17 people dead, the heads of the country's major networks have agreed to help curb violence while making it clear that television was not to…
The European Commission okayed TF1's acquisition of additional shares in satcaster TPS on Friday, noting that the buy will not put TF1 in a dominant market position or represent a conflict of…