As the syndie biz prepares for its annual NATPE sales confab later this month, the final rookie batting lineup for next fall is starting to take shape.
LMNO Prods., the company behind CBS' "Kids Say the Darndest Things" and Fox's "Guinness World Records," has inked a six-figure, first-look development deal with Warner Bros. TV.
SPECIAL REPORTDreamworks continued on its well-established path of offering albums known more for their creative spark than commercial success, while offering a creative-friendly environment for both…
The NBC O&O group has inked a deal with Warner Bros.' syndie arm to take over distribution of the Peacock's nightly entertainment magazine strip "Access Hollywood."
A special Sunday preview of Eddie Murphy's "foamation" comedy "The PJs" woke up that night's Fox lineup, while CBS' "People's Choice Awards" walked off with beefy male-demo improvements over year-ago…
EW Scripps Co.'s Home & Garden Television earned a profit for the first time in calendar year 1998 and drove the company's cable programming division into the black, said Ken Lowe, CEO of Scripps…
The high-profile failure of "Fantasy Island" hasn't soured ABC on the notion of working with big-name film talent -- though the cost of such deals may make the web think twice about committing to…
The New York-based production company Next Next Entertainment has two youth-oriented series projects in development at Nickelodeon and one potential network primetime series with Columbia TriStar TV…
The senate should open deliberations in President Clinton's impeachment to the public, including television coverage, two Senators proposed Monday.
Calling Dr. Howard, Dr. Fine, Dr. Howard: Digitally remastered versions of "The Three Stooges" shorts will be unleashed on syndie and cable buyers at this month's NATPE sales confab by Columbia…