NBC Studios and feature film producer Lynda Obst ("Contact," "Sleepless in Seattle") have completed casting on the four-hour miniseries "The '60s," which has begun production in Los Angeles.
Veteran telenovela producer and TV exec Nilton Travesso has been named to head programming at Bandeirantes, Brazil's fourth-ranked broadcaster.
Will everybody love Brian? CBS certainly hopes so as it launches this TV news sendup (following "Everybody Loves Raymond" on the retooled Monday sked) in which silliness subs for sophistication.
A two-year-old court case over a disputed terrestrial signal in Slovenia is finally nearing an end.
Can CBS coax America into feeling empathy for four clean-scrubbed, lily-white doctors who drive Mercedes-Benzes and score floor seats to Lakers games?
Roberto Pace, 46, a veteran of Italy's TV industry, has been appointed head of acquisitions of Mediaset, Fininvest's TV company and Italy's largest commercial broadcaster.
After a nine-year reign as president and CEO of E! Entertainment Television, Lee Masters has abruptly decided to resign and take the $20 million payment due at the end of his five-year contract.
NBC's Sunday telecast of the 50th annual Emmy Awards has presented the Peacock with a Sept. 6-13 primetime Nielsens win, delivering enough Nielsen stature to beat out Mark McGwire-boosted Fox and…
Fox's powerful sophomore season premiere of "Ally McBeal" beat ABC's "Monday Night Football" in the 9-10 p.m. timeslot among adults 18-49 for the first time ever.
The USA Network has bought the exclusive broadcast window to three Universal theatricals: "The Jackal," "For Richer or Poorer" and "Mercury Rising."
Henry Schleiff was named president and CEO of Court TV Tuesday. Prior to joining Court TV, Schleiff was executive VP for Studios USA.