Canadian children's TV producer Cinar received at least C$7.8 million ($5.4 million) in Quebec provincial tax credits for shows that were written by American scriptwriters and did not qualify as…
ABC News veteran Paul Slavin has been appointed exec producer of "World News Tonight."
Fox is playing hardball with at least three affiliates that haven't cooperated with the network's inventory buyback plan.
The Hollywood Radio and Television Society has finally made it into syndication.
Whoopi Goldberg and Barbra Streisand will exec produce "What Makes a Family," an original telefilm for Lifetime Television, the femme cabler will announce today at an upfront presentation for…
Twentieth TV has engineered a first-ever deal for the cable-TV rights to the animated sitcom "King of the Hill," selling it not to a specific network but to the Fox Channels Group in general.
The French spent around $1 billion on TV production in 1999, almost the same as in '98, while the number of hours produced went up 22%. Foreign investments fell by nearly a quarter last year to $130…
NBC Sports personality Ahmad Rashad may be keepin' it real in syndication starting this fall. Sources indicate that Rashad is in talks with Paramount Domestic Television to take over for John Daly as…
Liberty Media Group will team with ACTV subsid HyperTV to ramp up the company's Internet production and interactive television services under the Liberty Livewire banner.
The National Football League and Barry Diller's USA Networks have signed a three-year e-commerce and marketing partnership.
"The Nanny" is getting a Lifetime. Lifetime Television has picked up an exclusive, four-year cable window for reruns of comedy series "The Nanny," starting November 2002.