The London-based company, which got its start selling programming in Poland in 1990 and began offering its own theme channels two years ago, has launched two channels in Turkey since the beginning of…
Battle campaigns set by five-star generals at the Pentagon are less secretive than this year's upcoming Emmy strategy when it comes to deciphering how much and which shows the studios and networks…
The cops of "NYPD Blue" will be working the streets of Gotham for two more seasons. ABC has picked up Steven Bochco's Emmy-winning cop drama through May 2002, ensuring the skein will live to see its…
CNN is taking on one of the biggest challenges of its 20-year history: bringing drama and conflict to the Republican and Democratic conventions of 2000. Because of steeply declining ratings over the…
The top dog in British pay TV for the next three years will be decided Thursday. That's when satcaster BSkyB will find out whether it has retained the rights to live Premier League soccer -- or has…
Mark DeCarlo is ankling as co-host of FX Networks' talk series "The X Show" to pursue development opportunities with FX and other networks.
Russia's media world was thrown into shock Tuesday with the arrest of media tycoon Vladimir Gusinsky, owner of the country's main independent television channel, NTV, on charges of theft and…
Home shopper QVC is coming back to Japan in July in the form of a joint venture with the Mitsui trading house.
One of the toughest Emmy categories to pitch to voters is arguably the miniseries and telepic race. While viewers often have familiarity with weekly dramas and sitcoms such as "Frasier" and "ER,"…
From a dealmaker's point of view, telefilms and features look like completely different animals. Bigscreen pics offer big money and prestige that made-fors can't match.