Thesp Duane Martin ("Scream 2") has inked a talent holding deal with Touchstone Television and ABC.
Warner Bros. had reason to cheer over ratings for the second full week of the November sweep: Company's off-netter "Friends" and freshman strip "ElimiDate" turned in two of the strongest perfs during…
Television broadcast design shop Autonomy has expanded its new media efforts by adding DVD menu design to its existing Web and interactive TV design offerings. The Hollywood-based facility has tapped…
The Peacock's coverage of "The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade" on Nov. 22 was watched by an average of 23.1 million viewers, its highest viewership in the history of PeopleMeters and an increase of…
Tribune Entertainment has canceled frosh talker "Talk or Walk," and Twentieth Television has brought down the gavel on sophomore skein "Power of Attorney," marking syndication's first strip…
The five days of blanket primetime coverage E! Entertainment TV is spreading over "Ocean's Eleven" this week represents the model for a shift in the network's programming blueprint.
Fox syndie arm Twentieth Television has sold new syndie talker "The Rob Nelson Show" to co-owned Fox Television Stations for a fall 2002 launch in broadcast syndication.
National Geographic Channel launched in Japan over the weekend on the SkyPerfect platform in a four-hour 8 p.m. to midnight weekday block and an eight-hour weekend block.
Nickelodeon launched a branded block of kids programming in Greece on Saturday and will do the same in Cyprus beginning Dec. 22.
In the first nine months of 2001, Senator's sales rose by 75% to 116 million euros ($103 million), including some $35 million from last year's TV package sales.
"Nikola," a sitcom produced in Germany by Columbia TriStar Intl. TV for the local market, got off to a record start on top-rated broadcaster RTL last week.
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