Infinity Broadcasting announced Tuesday that it has registered with the SEC a public offering of 2.5 million newly issued shares of class A common stock and up to 746,704 shares of class A common…
French pubcaster president Herve Bourges hit back at his critics Monday, rejecting claims from private webs TF1 and M6 that France 2 and France 3 have been responsible for inflating acquisitiion…
TV industry vet Larry Forsdick has been named VP of programming for Paramount Domestic TV, where he will develop new programming and oversee daily production on "Entertainment Tonight."
MTM Intl. expects to conclude sales of the Family Channel's series "Big Brother Jake" in "at least a dozen territories" within the next month, according to president Greg Phillips. The 100-episode…
Showtime and the Zalman King Co. have racked up several international deals for their erotic thriller series, "Red Shoe Diaries."
Leading Dutch indie JE Entertainment has cinched a $ 150 million supply agreement with German commercial broadcaster RTL for the next three years.
In selection of a U.S. high definition TV standard, job creation should remain a secondary consideration behind technical picture quality, FCC member Ervin Duggan said Tuesday.
Tele-Communications Inc., the nation's largest cable operator, is considering investing about $ 100 million in Carolco Pictures for an equity stake and a unique pay-per-view deal with premiering…
On the heels of two years of uncertainty and hyper-competitiveness, the 1992- 93 primetime Nielsen season has wrapped with a clearly sorted-out slate of winners and losers.
The webs ended the 1992-93 prime time Nielsen season with a whimper, setting an all-time record for lowest weeklong three-network share (55) in the regular season.
French production/distribution company Tele Images has closed format-rights negotiations with partners in Germany and Holland, underlining a continued Euro interest in acquiring rights to adapt TV…