The Kirch Group has again extended its deadline to repay a 460 million euro ($411 million) loan to Dresdner Bank. The deadline was Wednesday.
The euro, Europe's new currency, has claimed its first TV victim - the hit game show "The Price Is Right."
FX is preparing to unload reruns of "The X-Files" to a competing cable network, allowing Twentieth TV, the distributor, to harvest a cash bonanza that could add up to more than $200 million.
"Nightline" anchor Ted Koppel has been tapped to receive the Chairman's Award at this year's National Assn. of Television Program Executives confab in Las Vegas, which begins next week.
Once again, "Once & Again" is being pulled from ABC's schedule.
Federal antitrust officials have greenlit Vivendi Universal's bid to buy up a 10% stake in EchoStar, giving the giant satcaster the needed cash infusion to merge with DirecTV.
CBS has given cast-contingent pilot presentation orders to a pair of dramas with high-profile exec producers: Sylvester Stallone and scribe/helmer Allison Anders ("Gas Food Lodging.")
Fox scored a partial victory Monday in its suit against Marvel Enterprises and Tribune Entertainment Co. when a federal appeals court reinstated its unfair competition claim over the popular…
C-SPAN is relaunching its historical series "American Writers," with a focus on modern times.
It looks as if Larry King will stay at CNN for at least four more years in a deal worth anywhere from $7 million-$14 million, depending on who you're talking to.
In a score for broadcaster Lowell "Bud" Paxson, the FCC on Tuesday ordered DirecTV to comply with a new regulation and begin carrying both the national and local feeds of the Pax TV net.