Denis Leroy has been tapped production executive for Europe at Warner Bros. Intl. TV, and will be responsible for the overall management of all production-related issues in Europe for both…
Metro, the 24-hour network reaching about 3.8-million cable subscribers in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, is beefing up its local-sports programming, launching a weekly hourlong series called…
You know the Tonys are in trouble when even New Yorkers would rather be watching the Lakers. Despite the return of Rosie O'Donnell as host, the 51st annual Tony Awards on CBS have apparently sunk to…
John Kricfalusi, creator of "The Ren & Stimpy Show," said Friday his Spumco animation studio has inked a deal with Hearst Entertainment for worldwide merchandise licensing of new animated series "The…
The pay-per-view movie industry may be only half as big as originally thought, according to new revised industry estimates by Adams Media Research.
Christine Lahti gives a show-stopping performance as a physician put under the news media's microscope in Lifetime's "An American Daughter," Wendy Wasserstein's smartly written and timely political…
Leno still has the lead, but Letterman has the momentum. CBS' "The Late Show With David Letterman" closed the gap a bit with its latenight rival during the just concluded season, although NBC's "The…
The Television Association of Programmers (TAP) Latam has published a legal guide to Latam pay TV.
HBO has picked up exclusive rights to premiere James Ronald Whitney's docu "Just, Melvin," the winner of best documentary nods at the Santa Barbara, Newport Beach and South Beach film fests.
Warner Bros. Intl. Television's Web site (www.wbitv.com) saw more than a 50% year-to-year increase in page visits for the three weeks it hosted its VIP Cyber Screenings, tied to the annual L.A…