Debbie Allen has inked to direct a Children's Television Workshop-produced half-hour special examining the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. that's skedded for a Feb. 7 premiere on the Disney…
It’s a swell creative device that unfortunately does little to advance a given story. If only the rest of “Student Bodies” was similarly innovative. Show has nonetheless been faring well in pulling…
Universal is mulling whether to lodge a complaint with EU cartel authorities over the planned pay-TV alliance of German media giants Bertelsmann and Kirch.
The International Channel will give its U.S. viewers blocks of Star TV's Channel V Asian music programming beginning in January.
Dickens' classic tale of class separatism and the search for love and belonging gets an intimate take from director Tony Bill. Rather than explore the malicious depths of Fagin and Bill Sikes (so…
Bill Bennett may not have set Hollywood on fire with his Sandra Bullock starrer "Two If by Sea," but he lit up the Australian Film Institute Awards, Oz's highest kudos for film and TV.
Newly installed Federal Communications Commissioner Michael Powell signaled Wednesday that he does not share the enthusiasm of some of his colleagues when it comes to taking action against hard…
Cindy Crawford has signed an exclusive three-year development deal with ABC that includes news, sports and entertainment programming.
Barry Diller's HSN Inc., in the middle of several deals that are transforming the company, reported third-quarter earnings of $3.5 million Wednesday compared with a loss of $371,000 a year earlier.
Twentieth Century Fox TV has inked a new overall deal with "King of the Hill" creator and executive producer Greg Daniels that's worth an estimated $16 million over four years, sources said.
KCET and the Jimmy Hawkins Co. are co-producing a radio play adaptation of the beloved 1946 Frank Capra classic "It's a Wonderful Life" that will be taped for national airing on PBS stations in…