German telecommunications giant Deutsche Telekom will launch its own digital pay TV package on April 1, 1999.
Fox's revamped Tuesday lineup already needs changing, with smelly first-try numbers from the struggling rookie sitcom "Holding the Baby."
German commercial web ProSieben said Wednesday that it has acquired the rights to more than 20 films from Berlin-based production company Senator Film AG.
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Nickelodeon president Herb Scannell has joined the Television Council at USC's School of Cinema-Television.
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Retro cabler TV Land will bolster its lineup by adding more than 30 old cop- and crime-related series, including "Dragnet," "Kojak" and "Adam 12."
On the eve of the annual Western Cable Show, TBS and TNT have once again flexed their muscles, committing upward of $150 million to snare the rights to "Men in Black," "Ransom," "Scream" and dozens…
No news is bad news for South African free-to-air channel e.tv, which this week found itself allegedly in contravention of its licensing conditions.
MTV has greenlit more than 25 scripts for pilots for its 1999 programming season, according to Brian Graden, exec VP of programming.