Columbia TriStar TV Distribution has cleared relationship skein "Shipmates" for a fall start in broadcast syndication on TV stations across the country, including outlets in 19 of the top 20 markets.
CanWest's earnings dipped in the third quarter of 2001 as recent acquisitions made their way down the fiscal pipeline.
MTV has given "The Andy Dick Show" a second leg, picking up the series for another seven episodes.
The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has already gained a small concession from networks in upcoming negotiations -- on the site of bargaining.
As scripted dramas and sitcoms get massacred in the ratings this summer, NBC execs say it's time to rethink what it costs to produce primetime series.
With 17 Emmy nominations for "60 Minutes" and "60 Minutes II," CBS racked up a total of 24 noms, six more than last year, for the 22nd annual news and documentary Emmys. But PBS ended up scoring more…
MGM Worldwide Entertainment Group has appointed Priscilla Pesci to the post of senior VP of marketing, replacing Dea Shandera, who is stepping down as exec VP of marketing.
A soft ad market that's punished media companies this year slashed Tribune Co.'s income nearly by half in the latest quarter as the company also absorbed a hefty restructuring charge.
EchoStar chairman-CEO Charlie Ergen said he's moving on after fruitless merger talks with DirecTV parent Hughes Electronics and wants to focus on "how we intend to move forward as a company."
NTL is reportedly in crisis talks with France Telecom, the U.K. cable operator's biggest shareholder with 25%, over restructuring its £12.3 billion ($17.5 billion) debt.
A consortium made up of telecom operator SGC, pubcaster RTP and private station SIC has staked a lead in the competition for Portugal's single digital terrestrial television (DTT) license.
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