Japan's Fuji Television Network will be honored Sept. 15 for its global achievements by the Intl. Council of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences at a black-tie event at the Gotham's…
ABC has tapped Marisa Tomei to star in the two-hour movie "National Geographic Presents: Reflections of Eden" for next season.
Veteran Canadian feature-film producer Prods. La Fete is moving into the TV arena in a big way with the lensing of "Armistead Maupin's More Tales of the City," which is currently shooting in Montreal.
British Sky Broadcasting could be heading for more turbulence, with reports that its talks with the BBC concerning digital TV have run into difficulties, and that the satcaster is under pressure to…
Fox Sports News has hired veteran network news producer John Terenzio as senior VP and executive producer, overseeing all editions of the live nightly sports news show that's compiled by the Fox…
Taking a page from the Paul McCartney album promotion playbook, country phenom Garth Brooks will host a town hall meeting Aug. 4 that will be telecast on VH1.
Jamie Kellner, CEO of The WB TV Network, and Garth Ancier, the weblet's entertainment president, on Monday questioned rival UPN's midseason strategy of launching a new sci-fi movie night on Thursdays.
The Pacific Insurance Co. of China (PICC) has started to issue profit loss insurance for film and TV productions, marking another step by China toward standardizing its entertainment business.
The CBS-TV network posted a $7 million loss in the second quarter, providing fresh evidence that ratings stability hasn't helped the Eye web's profit picture.
General Motors Corp. is set to become the first major advertiser to ink a long-term Olympics sponsorship pact with NBC in what could be the largest sports ad-buy to date.
The tiny island of St. Helena in the middle of the South Atlantic Ocean is the setting for research that seems to debunk the perception that TV is bad for children.