It's official: TV Academy members will once again cast votes from their own couches rather than the confines of a Beverly Hills hotel next year.
The Catalonia Intl. Film Festival in Sitges will launch Mediamed, its first mini co-production market specializing in TV fiction, features and docus, Oct. 7-8.
Hearst-Argyle Television co-CEO Bob Marbut will resign at the end of the year, leaving prexy/co-chief exec David Barrett as the company's sole topper.
USA Network has hired feature film producer exec Cari-Esta Albert as development veep of original series, a newly created position based in Los Angeles overseeing comedy and drama series development…
The FX cable network has handed Howard Stern a second 13-episode order of his raunchy half-hour comedy "Son of the Beach."
Prolific novelist James Ellroy ("L.A. Confidential") has elected to exec produce "Detour," based on the book by Cheryl Crane and Cliff Jahr, for ABC television. Pic would rep his first such effort.
The Delaware Supreme Court has upheld the World Wrestling Federation's programming shift from USA Networks to Viacom.
Digital video recording service TiVo has partnered with cabler Starz Encore Group to jointly develop subscription video on demand and pay-per-view services.
Tom Freston, chairman of MTV Networks, said MTV has at last come up with a general entertainment network of its own. While the initials, TNN, will stay the same, the name changes to the National…
Turner Broadcasting has pulled in new subscribers to three of its cable networks, adding 1.5 million households each to Turner South and Cartoon Network and propelling TBS' total to 80.8 million…
Tribune Broadcasting's the WB11 has begun bilingual Spanish-English broadcasts of "Friends" and will do the same for "Suddenly Susan" beginning in October, marking the first time that the station has…