Playboy TV Intl. has tapped Andrea McBurnett VP of programming and sales. McBurnett's responsibilities will include program development, acquisitions and sales of PTVI programming -- including…
Former Digital Entertainment Network exec Morgan Wandell has rejoined Primedia's youth newscaster Channel One as executive veep of programming.
One in every two Dutch households tuned into the final episode of "The Bus," a fly-on-the-wall entertainment show from Holland's wacky format factory Endemol that ended late June 5 with winner…
A&E has bought the reruns of Twentieth TV's "Murder One" courtroom-drama series produced by Stephen Bochco, which developed a cult following during its season and a half on ABC between 1995 and 1997.
Fox extended an olive branch to affiliates Tuesday, offering its smaller affils some financial relief and forming a subcommittee to determine the fate of its afternoon kids block by January. Speaking…
In the second instance of German stock coin buying into the studio business, the Cologne-based kidvidder BKN has acquired French production studios Arles Animation.
Tony's tumble in the ratings Sunday night on CBS certainly didn't extend to the one-hour PBS portion, which showed strong gains vs. last year.
PBS Tri-State flagship Thirteen/WNET will produce and air live coverage of the largest Independence Day maritime spectacle in New York's history on July 4 from 9 a.m.-noon.
The contours of Joe Roth's company have finally taken shape -- and they are revolutionary. In a unique arrangement, the former Walt Disney Studios topper has attracted a handful of deep-pocketed…
Pax TV will finally get its family-oriented network programs into Pittsburgh, signing a deal with AT&T, whose 13 Pittsburgh cable systems will start running the Pax schedule July 5.
TV, film and commercial production contributed $5 billion to the Gotham economy in 1999, according to a surprising study released Tuesday by the New York City Investment Fund and the Gotham…