Fox syndie arm Twentieth Television, which until now hadn't announced any new firstrun syndie projects for the coming year, is going forward on a regional launch of court strip "Texas Justice."…
What do "Gladiator," "The Patriot," "U-571," "Men of Honor" and "Thirteen Days" have in common? They're nominated for the History Channel's annual Harry Award for the theatrical movie released in…
The Producers Guild of America has named Leeza Gibbons to host its 12th annual Golden Laurel Awards, to be held March 3 at the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles.
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"Cast Away" has washed up on ABC, which has bought the exclusive network TV rights to the hit Tom Hanks movie for a license fee that could soar as high as $30 million. ABC's final payout will depend…
Despite the political turmoil undermining economic recovery in Indonesia, two TV networks plan to launch mid-year, bringing the number of privately owned webs to eight.
"The Patriot" lenser Caleb Deschanel shell-shocked the competition when he was awarded top honors for outstanding achievement in cinematography for a feature length film at the American Society of…
Network bosses received a chilling warning at the Monte Carlo TV mart Tuesday: In the Internet age, anybody can be a broadcaster.
As the veil of secrecy around Hong Kong television ratings is lifted, one message shines through: terrestrial channels TVB and ATV still rule.
Fox scored impressive victories in key demos Monday against tough competition, inching the net a bit closer to NBC for the sweeps month.
The producer of CBS' hit series "Survivor" has struck back against show participant Stacey Stillman with a countersuit seeking $5 million in damages for breach of contract and defamation.
A parliament vote Feb. 8 to ban TV adverts during films and educational shows on all national and local channels could cripple some stations.