UPN Gotham flagship WWOR will shift gears in latenight this fall, bumping its sitcom lineup in order to strip off-net repeats of "Star Trek: Voyager" at 11:30 p.m.
Among fans of quality television, it seems that everybody does love Raymond.
-- Bertelsmann and Kirch have won a tug of war with Rupert Murdoch's TM3 over German soccer legend Franz Beckenbauer.
The BBC is facing a legal battle from the U.K.'s commercial broadcasters to block proposals for a digital TV license fee.
Joseph D. Zaleski, a 32-year syndication sales veteran who shattered industry records with his sales campaign on behalf of "The Cosby Show," died Friday of cancer at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in…
The century-spanning life story of Britain's beloved Queen Mum is headed to NBC as a telefilm produced by her grandson, Edward Windsor.
San Francisco based animation studio Wild Brain has inked a deal with Germany's EM.TV to produce a 26-episode animated series based on Wild Brain's award-winning short film "A Dog Cartoon."
Viewer's Choice, the dominant pay-per-view distributor in the U.S., has drawn up a blueprint to go after the cable TV rights to out-of-market games of Major League Baseball and the NHL.
Ann Johnson has been tapped VP of creative affairs at Granada USA Entertainment, replacing Dan Pasternack, who left last month to become senior veep of drama at Studios USA.
Columbia TriStar TV has just shelled out an eye-popping high-six-figure fee for a drama script from Scott Rosenberg, who also has a drama pilot in the works with Col TriStar and the WB Network.
In a special three-way collaboration, the Museum of Television & Radio, Brooklyn Academy of Music Rose Cinemas and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art will present concurrent retrospectives honoring…