Rupert Murdoch's FX cable network may be facing some cutthroat negotiations with cable operators. The cablenet is trying to chalk up renewal deals for the channel strictly on the merits of its…
Midia '98's first Co-Production Project Market hosts 63 film and TV production companies from 18 countries which will be present projects to potential co-financers.
Nonstick pots, flashy rings and collectible dolls are about to flood Italian airwaves.
The Tony Awards have cooled a bit from last year's sizzling Nielsen results, but still walked off with their second-best overnights in five years.
It's official: The off-network syndie biz is back to being a buyer's market. Warner Bros. confirmed Monday that it has sold the off-network rights to the NBC comedy "Suddenly Susan" to Tribune…
CBS on Monday reached an agreement with MGM to bring back last season's midseason series "Magnificent Seven" as a backup again next season.
AMC showed the unedited R-rated versions of "Apocalypse Now" and "The Boys in Company C" on Saturday night and some cable operators are hopping mad.
NBC has reached an agreement with the National Assn. of Broadcast Employees and Technicians for coverage of the summer Olympic Games in Sydney in 2000, the 2002 winter games in Salt Lake City and the…
UPN programming chief Tom Nunan received a surprise promotion to entertainment president at his first affiliates meeting Monday in Laguna Niguel.
A made-for-TV movie based on real-life stories from an HBO contest was named the best TV program in the world at the 19th annual Banff Rockie Awards presented Monday night.
In an effort to secure the future of public broadcasting while also ending the annual congressional debate over its federal subsidy, pubcasters put a bold proposal on the table Monday that would…