ABC announced Tuesday a dozen movies and three miniseries ordered for next season, including the previously announced Stephen King adaptation "The Stand," which will now be produced as an eight-hour…
Tele-Communications Inc., the largest cable operator in the U.S., released a poll Tuesday backing up its previously stated conviction that cable subscribers do not want to pay extra for over-the-air…
Greek Minister of State and government spokesman Andreas Andreanopoulos resigned after an apparent disagreement over the government's policy toward two state-run TV networks.
Is Germany's planned video music channel Viva going to live up to its name and come alive? The station's fruitless search for investors has been the subject of much erroneous press speculation lately.
HBO has set a deal with Communications & Entertainment Corp.'s Odyssey Entertainment Ltd. providing the company with exclusive overseas distribution rights for as many as 24 HBO-produced movies over…
The Nosotros organization is seeking bids to produce its annual Golden Eagle Awards, while the show's longtime producer, Frank Nanoia, is suing the organization.
In an apparent endorsement of its development, ABC will put on 11 new series next fall, totaling eight of its 22 hours of prime time.
German pubcasters ARD and ZDF, who woke up one morning last year to find that crucial sports rights were suddenly priced way out of reach, are discussing founding their own sports rights company.
"NBC Nightly News" has a new executive producer. ABC News veteran Jeff Gralnick on Monday was named the third executive producer in as many years for a show that has been mired in third place in the…
The Family Channel will test the waters for its proposed new cable network, the Game Channel, by carving out a daily two-and-a-half-hour afternoon gameshow block within the Family Channel's schedule…
Fox Broadcasting Co. will double-run repeats of "Beverly Hills, 90210" through the summer on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 8 p.m. starting June 1.