Former Yorkshire Tyne-Tees Television chief exec and chairman Bruce Gyngell has returned to his old stomping ground at Kerry Packer's Nine Network Australia as chairman of the web's international arm.
The Federal Communications Commission told a federal court here this week that it is not planning to rescind the ban on owning a newspaper and TV station in the same market --- signaling once again…
Cable giant Tele-Communications Inc. formed a 50-50 partnership with privately held cabler Insight Communications LP to own cable systems serving 320,000 subscribers in Indiana, the companies said…
Asian economies may be hemorrhaging, but that's not preventing the region's broadcast industry from putting on a brave face at the Cable & Satellite Asia exhibition and conference, which runs today…
Paramount Network TV has hired Reid Shane as senior vice president of production, replacing Jerry Goldman, who will segue into a longform production post at the studio.
If it's December, this must be the time for annual predictions of the coming year, and the first prognosticator out of the gate sees a rosy future for most of the TV business.
Chuck Woolery is set to host a syndie revival of the gameshow "$25,000 Pyramid" for Columbia TriStar TV Distribution, although the denomination may be adjusted for inflation.
Eight-hour historical doc based on the provocative David Halberstam tome "The Fifties" carries the depth and vitality of a true definitive work, painstakingly deconstructing one of our most…
Big Ticket Television has inked an exclusive two-year overall deal with "Mad TV" creators Fax Bahr and Adam Small worth low seven figures.
Former Random House Entertainment prexy Shane DeRolf has launched his own production company, Smart Studios Inc., that will specialize in original children's product from TV, radio and multimedia to…
The Casting Society of America has named recipients of its 13th annual Artios Awards, granted for superior achievement in the casting profession.