The Monte Carlo TV Festival Tuesday named members of the jury that will attribute the 2nd European TV Producer Award next February.
With the advertising climate "as strong as battery acid," the cable upfront is likely to move before the broadcasters do their deals, according to Turner Broadcasting president and chief operating…
The networks with strong strong Christmas specials in their primetime stockings are reaping the goodwill of the season.
CBS now owns the "World." The Eye has nabbed first network broadcast rights to MGM's "The World Is Not Enough" for an estimated $20 million.
NBC has greenlit a new version of the 1950s gameshow "Twenty One," recruiting gabber Maury Povich to serve as host of the reincarnated quizzer. Peacock had ordered four hourlong segs of the skein…
The Post Group has entered into a long-term agreement with Panasonic's Broadcast & Television Systems to develop digital and HDTV post-production tools for the film and television industries.
Children's Television Workshop will be launching a quartet of kids shows for January's NATPE confab with hopes to match the success of "Sesame Street" and "Dragon Tales."
Toronto-based animation and children's TV programmer Nelvana announced Monday a three-part distribution/production deal worth more than C$47 million ($32 million) with RTV Entertainment of Germany.
Paxson Communications is drawing up a blueprint that will allow its Pax TV, the family-oriented broadcast network, to piggyback on NBC and grab the first rerun of an original NBC movie in the same…
Eye-owned Gotham outlet WCBS-TV will launch a 4 p.m. newscast beginning in January, giving short shrift to King World's syndie talk strip "The Martin Short Show."
Lifetime is looking to create a "Cagney & Lacey" for the 21st century.