In another bid to bulk up its overseas cred, World Wrestling Federation Entertainment has struck a multi-million-dollar deal to bring its brand of grappling to France via leading satcaster Canal…
Television industry veterans Herman Rush and Alvin Cooperman have formed Infotainment Intl., an Internet production company that plans to launch 18 Web sites at a cost of $45 million over the next…
Joe Lawlor has been upped to veep of movies and miniseries at Hearst Entertainment. Reporting to company prexy Glenda Grant, Lawlor will steer the development and production of films made for cable…
Canal Plus may cooperate in acquisition of rights for sports events and Hollywood films with the production/broadcast group just formed from the merger of Pearson TV and CLT-Ufa.
Killing rumors of a possible early death, NBC has renewed first-year sudser "Passions" for a second season. The daytime drama, which featured a life-size talking doll and a slew of other -- wacky…
Actress China Chow has signed to play one of the leads on the WB's summer drama "Young Americans."
History was revisited on Wednesday night as witnesses to and participants in the Nuremberg Trials gathered at the Museum of Television & Radio for a panel discussion, "The Legacy of the Nuremberg…
File these announcements under "duh": NBC has picked up "Will & Grace" for two more years, while ABC has given the green light to "The Practice," "NYPD Blue" and "Once and Again."
TV Bandeirantes has eliminated Antonio Athayde's vice president post after the seasoned TV exec resigned following disagreements with prexy Johnny Saad.
Torrential downpour didn't dampen spirits over the weekend at Mipdoc, the two-day documentary market that precedes TV confab Mip TV.