FXM: Movies From Fox, the struggling Fox-owned cable network, has landed some important deals with cable operators, prompting a new name -- Fox Movie Channel -- and a general makeover.
Thanks to "Family" matters, Pearson Television is back in the driver's seat in syndication. The company is all but certain to give a go to two new fall series and has now guaranteed that an old…
Rapidly emerging as one of the biggest pic production houses in Spain, Barcelona-based Filmax has announced an exclusive three-year output deal with the Telefonica Media-controlled pay TV operator…
The New York digital cable wars have begun. Time Warner Cable of New York City has begun offering 100,000 of its Queens subscribers a new digital service that will deliver more than 200 options.
First-time nominees dominated the Directors Guild of America selections for daytime serials and children's programming, taking seven of the 10 nominations announced Wednesday.
Fox has cashed in big time with its spec "Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire," which helped the net become the first to defeat ABC on a Tuesday in adults 18-49 since the Alphabet's own…
In another example of nets stepping up efforts to diversify their skeds, CBS has greenlit production on a one-hour dramedy expected to feature an all- Hispanic cast.
Jane Campion inaugurates the first Sundance Channel original series, "Conversations in World Cinema," a stimulating addition to the cable universe that could be improved mostly by doubling the…
TV's longtime flirtation with Broadway finally may turn into a real romance.
In advance of today's upfront presentation for advertisers, kids cabler Nickelodeon on Wednesday unveiled nine new series -- with a predominant focus on Hispanic culture.