Nineteen ninety nine marks the twenty-fifth year that Screen Actors Guild New York Executive Director John Sucke, has been with the union. But this silver anniversary also signifies a pivotal time…
Fox, FX, NBC and Turner Sports will pay at least $2.4 billion to lock up NASCAR rights for the next six years.
"The city has whispered to people from all over the world, 'Come here, everything is possible,'" says journalist Peter Hamill in the upcoming 12-hour series "New York: A Documentary Film." "Now…
In its first major series commitment for the 2000-01 season, ABC has given a six-seg guarantee to an hourlong Touchstone Television-produced medical drama from Oscar-nominated scribe Paul Attanasio…
Ukraine voters in this 50-million plus Eastern European nation are encountering an extra tool in this month's presidential election campaign: the territory's first serious attempt at live street…
The success of ABC's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" has forced the networks to get real this November -- and fast. After four days, "Millionaire" has averaged a 14.2 Nielsen rating and 22 share…
Irish luck was with Britney Spears Thursday night in Dublin when the pop sensation won four MTV Europe Music Awards, every category in which she was nominated, including best song for "Baby One More…
Reforging old family ties, NBC has picked up six episodes of the Gary David Goldberg sitcom "Battery Park" for midseason.
Hoping to delve even further "Behind the Music," VH1 has greenlit seven new original series that track the ups and downs in the history of rock 'n' roll.
The Littlefield Co. has scored its first production greenlight, securing a pilot order from NBC for "Those Who Can't," a half-hour comedy created by "Big Daddy" scribe Steve Franks.
Encore Media Group has acquired the exclusive pay TV rights to Kevin Smith's controversial "Dogma" from Miramax co-chairs Bob and Harvey Weinstein.