The European Commission confirmed at its midday press conference Thursday that it will authorize Open TV to operate in the U.K. for seven years.
Japan's Post and Telecommunications Ministry panel has recommended that the complete switchover from analog broadcasts to digital be delayed.
Nickelodeon has established itself as TV's top kids choice on Saturday mornings for a second year in a row, but a showdown with Kids WB may be looming.
Jenny Bicks, a writer and co-exec producer on HBO's "Sex and the City," has inked an overall development deal with NBC Studios.
Scribe Larry Levin, creator of the quirky 1993-'94 Fox comedy "Bakersfield P.D.," is developing a comedy series for Twentieth Century Fox TV.
There's something very familiar about CBS' "Sealed With a Kiss," but that's not such a terrible thing. A small-screen patchwork of "You've Got Mail" and "Sleepless in Seattle," this semi-sweet…
Now that people on the streets of New York can look into the set of "Good Morning America," more people around the country are looking in on the telecasts.
Everybody may indeed still love Raymond each Monday night on CBS, but much of the remainder of that lineup underscores the point that Ray is the last lovable guy left on the planet. The new comedy…
In its first big development deal for the 2000-01 season, UPN has given a 13-episode order to an animated comedy starring and exec produced by Howard Stern.
Based on the novella "A Travesty" by Donald E. Westlake, with a screenplay by Macy and writing partner Steven Schachter, "A Slight Case" is a hilarious sendup of movies and the people who love them…
Just call it the feat of Clay. The Fox web has greenlit a Muhammad Ali biopic, to be produced by Robert De Niro's Tribeca Prods. and Fox TV Studios Pictures. Tribeca originally set up the project at…