Universal TV has inked a two-year development deal with "Seinfeld" co-star Jason Alexander, who will develop and produce --- but not star in --- new TV series and made-fors.
Channel 4 is planning to set up its own stand-alone film company, bringing together its production, distribution and sales activities under a single corporate umbrella, according to sources.
The North American National Broadcasters Assn. has tapped Arthur Kane, executive director of the Intl. Council of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, as the winner of its inaugural…
Chinese Television Network is spending nearly $8 million to relaunch its 24-hour satellite network this month.
While "X-Files" creator and executive producer Chris Carter makes no secret of his having been inspired by the 1974-75 ABC series "Kolchak: The Night Stalker," Carter had other projects on his mind…
Brian McNamee has been named senior vice president of employee relations at NBC, Burbank, reporting to Don Ohlmeyer, NBC West Coast president.
In a frame in which debutantes "The Peacemaker" and "A Life Less Ordinary" failed to set the U.K. box office afire, the most interesting battle was in France between a bunch of unemployed British…
Rounding up the usual suspects for another episode of "The X-Files" means that --- more often than not --- the most UNusual usual suspects will come out of the dark.
CBS has ordered the midseason drama "Homestead" from Columbia TriStar TV and CBS Prods.
We've been told it's out there somewhere. We've waited 100 episodes for it.
One day after complaining to Congress about cable programmers' attempts to hoard sports programming, EchoStar CEO Charlie Ergen filed papers at the Federal Communications Commission alleging that…