Channel One, the cable TV channel specializing in local news, is shutting down its London and Bristol operations, leaving only the Liverpool service up and running.
Hit movies are racking up network deals faster than ever before, and this summer the trend has gone into turbodrive.
NBC has sent out the word that it will only develop series with studios willing to grant the network partial ownership in new shows or perpetual license fee deals that extend for the life of a…
Jennifer Love Hewitt is close to a deal with Fox Broadcasting Co. to star in a spinoff of "Party of Five" from Columbia TriStar TV and "Party" creators Christopher Keyser and Amy Lippman.
CBS has inked a deal with "Party of Five" creators Christopher Keyser and Amy Lippman to develop a one-hour drama series for the Eye web for fall 1999.
ABC has officially passed on the comedy pilot "Earth Scum" from Carsey-Werner in association with Granada Entertainment USA.
A group of Los Angeles-based entrepreneurs are planning to buy the rights to many of the Academy Award-winning documentaries, both shorts and features, over the last 40 years and use them as linchpin…
WNBC weekend anchor Jim Watkins will ankle the station when his contract expires at the end of the year.
The "Seinfeld" auction has begun -- again.
The ITV network is proposing the biggest primetime shake-up in its history, with the announcement that it wants to move its flagship news bulletin from 10 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Once the initial shock of a marriage between jazz and syndicated television wears off, we're left with a pleasant document of a star-studded evening of musicmaking.