Televisa has dropped two more talkshows, "Cristina" and "Laura," following months of complaints from the Catholic church, family values groups and politicians.
Things are getting pretty scary in the battle over "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." The WB's exclusive renegotiation period for the 20th Century Fox Television-produced skein expires Thursday, and…
The Canadian government is extending its C$100 million ($65 million) commitment to bankroll the production of "distinctly Canadian programming" for another year.
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CBS loves "Raymond": The Eye has sealed a $140 million-plus deal with Worldwide Pants and HBO Independent Prods. for two more years of the hit laffer "Everybody Loves Raymond."
Andy Friendly, president of programming and production for syndie powerhouse King World, is ankling the company. Friday will be his last official day, however, he'll serve as a consultant to King…
In an ongoing effort to turn around its money-losing new-media division, the Walt Disney Internet Group said Monday that it has axed an additional 135 staffers, with pinkslips affecting mostly…
Stability reigns at the Television Publicity Executive Committee, which has re-elected most of its four-member board.
A gay-straight laffer stuck on old jokes about showtunes and Bette Midler, CBS' "Some of My Best Friends" doesn't live up to the spirit of "Kiss Me, Guido," the mildly sweet 1996 pic on which it's…
Lifetime, which has increased its visibility in the past year or so, has created the title of exec VP of public affairs and corporate communications for Meredith Wagner, one of those most responsible…
L.A. morning news personality Kathy Vara, who is on her way out of KNBC's ayem newscast "Today in L.A.," has been hired by competitor KABC as a co-anchor/reporter.
For its first half, "Nora Roberts' Sanctuary" delivers a fairly well-executed woman-in-jeopardy tale. Director and co-screenwriter Katt Shea hits all the right beats, establishes the characters with…