Diplomatic, the production company led by Michael Davies ("Who Wants to Be a Millionaire"), has added two new execs to oversee its growing series roster.
ABC has ordered 13 episodes of "The George Lopez Show," a new sitcom from Warner Bros. TV, Bruce Helford and Sandra Bullock's production company.
Willow Bay has been off the air at CNN since she was bumped from "Moneyline" in May to make room for Lou Dobbs. That will change this fall when Bay premieres as anchor of the weekend business…
NBC has elevated series program directors Erin Gough and Jeff Ingold to veepee of current series programs.
The NAACP, reporting scant progress by TV networks in putting minorities in front of and behind the cameras, renewed threats of a broadcast boycott Wednesday.
German commercial TV group ProSiebenSat 1 Media said Tuesday that revenues for the first half of the year were 1 billion euros ($912 million), down 3% from last year due to a sinking advertising…
TV and film industry vet Michael Grade is reportedly on the shortlist for the post of BBC chairman. Grade, the former topper of broadcaster Channel 4 who now heads the U.K.'s Pinewood and Shepperton…
India's Information and Broadcasting Ministry has set up a committee to guide entertainment industry policy and investment decisions and has included television reps for the first time.
U.K. cabler NTL has appointed Mike Wagner as managing director of its NTL business division.
MTV has signed up thrushes Britney Spears and Jennifer Lopez to deliver live performances next month at the 18th annual Video Music Awards, skedded for Sept. 6 in Gotham.
Live from New York, Amy Poehler has joined the cast of "Saturday Night Live."