NBC is uncorking the champagne: For the first time in decades, the Peacock's daytime lineup has tied with ABC for first place among women 18-49 season to date.
NBC wrapped the first week of May sweeps with a dominant performance Wednesday, as all three of its programs won their hours in key demos and lifted the net to its most lopsided Wednesday victory…
Scandi production company Wegelius TV, a subsid of Svensk Filmindustri, has sold its hottest format, "The Big Class Reunion," to China.
Kevin Lygo has ankled as head of arts and entertainment at Channel 4 to become director of programs at Channel 5, a coup for the smaller broadcaster.
Satellite Films, Propaganda's commercial and musicvid production arm, has added five directors to the fold.
Univision talkshow host Cristina Saralegui has been tapped for an extended guest appearance on NBC daytime soap "Passions."
Pearson Television is undergoing another shakeup. Concurrent with top-level exec shuffles, Pearson Television Intl., Pearson North America and Pearson Enterprises will for the first time become one…
ABC is finalizing plans with the cast of the upcoming Disney feature "Pearl Harbor" to appear in a series of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" editions.
Now that "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" is headed to UPN, the WB isn't wasting any time distancing itself from the series.
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Warner Bros. Domestic Cable has sold cable TV rights to 66 older movies to TNN, the Viacom-owned network, for a total license fee of about $20 million.
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