Some fast and furious bidding among local stations was unable to keep Paramount's "Judge Judy" away from KCBS, which secured syndie rights to the show for four years, beginning September 2000.
"NYPD Blue" creator/exec producer Steven Bochco is seeing red over the possibility that ABC might bump his hit cop skein out of its established 10 p.m. Tuesday slot in favor of frosh drama "Once and…
The controversial issue of the state funding of public broadcasters in the digital age is continuing to move into the sights of the European Commission.
Fox Broadcasting has made a 13-episode on-air commitment for an hourlong drama-like skein described as a nonfiction version of "My So-Called Life."
Former Witt-Thomas scribe Mitchell Hurwitz is suddenly golden: He's just scored blind pilot commitments from both ABC and CBS.
Bruce Johansen has reupped for another three years as prexy and CEO of NATPE, a move that will have kept him atop the TV programming exec organization for nearly a decade.
It seems appropriate that during the baseball playoff season, the red-hot Mablean Ephraim has just made a triple play.
Japan's Ministry of Post and Telecommunications aims to develop a unified format for the government's broadcast satellite programming and the direct-to-home commercial platforms by April 2001, a…
John Malone's Starz! pay-TV network has commissioned "Starz! Movie News," a weekly half-hour series covering everything from production news and weekly box-office analysis to distribution stories and…
Fox today is expected to announce a November sweeps schedule that lacks "Action."