The partnership between Imagine TV topper Tony Krantz and Imagine's Ron Howard and Brian Grazer has inked a new three-year overall production deal with 20th Century Fox Television that will go into…
Not only will the megamerger between AOL and Time Warner be the buzz at the upcoming NATPE convention in New Orleans, but an impressive array of new media companies are set to make a splash there.
Nickelodeon's digital network GAS -- Games and Sports for Kids -- announced Tuesday that it has formed a programming development partnership with the National Hockey League.
Local production at commercial broadcaster Mediaset will be ramped up in 2000 while program imports will continue to be cut.
Fox Kids Europe (FKE) will launch a local TV channel in Italy in the spring and will initiate its online activities in the Italian market with a fully localized Web site.
Fox's top programming team Tuesday delivered a state of the web address which, if it were a movie, might carry the title "That Was Yesterday, This Is Now."
Score one for the freaks and geeks: NBC has picked up an additional four episodes of the frosh DreamWorks dramedy "Freaks and Geeks."
David Letterman's endless rantings have paid off: Hillary Clinton has been booked on his CBS yakker "Late Show."
Medical dramas are everywhere, but predominantly black casts are not. That's about to change. Steven Bochco's "City of Angels" lands on CBS' schedule as a midseason replacement and does for networks…
New Year's Eve will still be rockin' for at least another five years. ABC has sealed a deal with Dick Clark Prods. to renew its annual "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve" through Jan. 1, 2005.
Laura Ingraham, host of MSNBC's "Watch It," will move to primetime as a special correspondent covering Decision 2000 for MSNBC and NBC News.