Comedy Central has promoted executive VP and chief financial officer John Cucci to the post of chief operating officer.
VH1 has hired Michael Hirschorn, editor in chief of Inside.com, to become senior VP of news and production.
Film and TV producer Denise Di Novi has inked a two-year overall deal with Columbia TriStar Television.
CBS will approach its affiliates in the coming weeks about giving the Eye a greenlight to start repeating primetime series on its sister Viacom cablers.
French webs are shaping up for round two in the reality wars. M6, which cleaned up with "Big Brother"-style reality show "Loft Story," has launched talent-spotting series "Popstars" to rival TF1's…
Producer Anant Singh's Videovision Entertainment is to produce a local version of reality television show "Survivor."
NBC has sealed a new deal that keeps the Golden Globe Awards on the Peacock into the next decade.
The BBC nixed a partial sell-off of BBC Worldwide, the pubcaster's commercial arm, July 17. The decision formed the centerpiece of a review of the division that had been delayed for months.
TV France Intl. sponsored its first U.S. showcase targeting the Latin American feevees in Miami, July 10-13. "We are looking for ways to be more present in Latin America," said Mathieu Bejot…
Nickelodeon's "Rugrats" solidified its hold as the highest-rated programming franchise in cable history by scoring a huge 7.2 rating in cable homes for "All Growed Up," a one-hour primetime special…
When they spearheaded British pay TV powerhouse BSkyB, they were known as Batman and Robin. Now that Sam Chisholm has been tapped as non-executive chairman of Foxtel, observers are tipping David…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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