Confusion over whether British Sky Broadcasting holds the rights to provide movies and sports to British Digital Broadcasting looks set to complicate the launch of digital terrestrial television in…
Just when the Canwest-owned web TV3 thought it had the Kiwi youth market to itself with a June 29 launch of its new TV4, Auckland pubcaster TVNZ announced it will devote an entire channel to MTV.
Rupert Murdoch and John Malone have their eye on Sportschannel Florida as the hoped-for latest addition to their Fox/Liberty portfolio of regional sports networks. But Disney's ESPN is also…
Dick Clark Prods. is developing a talkshow vehicle for Jackie Guerra, the actress-comedian who starred in the short-lived sitcom "First Time Out" on the WB Network in 1995.
Canadians receiving U.S. satellite TV services such as DirecTV and EchoStar are breaking the law, a judge in the Federal Court of Canada has ruled.
Sports agent David Falk has joined forces with black-oriented showbiz company Space Station TV to broker the production of theatrical movies and made-for-cable pics geared to the urban, ethnic market.
"Fox After Breakfast," prepping for an overhaul after a low-rated freshman season, has dropped host Tom Bergeron, the last of its original on-air team.
The South Korean TV program "Ashes of Time" won the Prix Italia 1997 award for fiction, the jury representing nine international broadcasters announced Saturday in Ravenna, Italy.
Witt-Thomas Prods. president Gary Levine has joined Warner Bros. TV as executive vice president of creative affairs.
Viacom Inc. and Seagram Co. Ltd. threw the future of the USA Network back into the hands of a Delaware Chancery Court judge Monday, putting forward completely different proposals for breaking up…
Shanghai Animation Film Studio expects to produce a record-setting amount of animation in 1997 --- more than 1,000 minutes --- and has launched several ambitious projects, including a feature.