MGM Domestic TV Distribution has given the go-ahead to "National Enquirer," a five-a-week half-hour magazine series that will premiere in firstrun syndication next fall.
Dancing girls on "Jeopardy"? It might give Alex Trebeck pause, but in Mexico it's that added bit of zing that's given the format its local appeal.
U.S.-owned Hungarian Broadcast Corp. (HBC), operator of Hungary's M-Sat cable TV nework, has reportedly bought the Ukrainian cable system Studio M, and has received a nod from authorities in Kiev to…
Marquee Tollin/Robbins, the creative team behind the current theatrical hit "Varsity Blues," has cut multiyear production and development deals with both Warner Bros. and kids cabler Nickelodeon.
New pay TV outfit the Digital Broadcasting Co. is readying a 12-channel pay-per-view movie service for launch on SkyDigital this summer.
Syndie skein "Siskel & Ebert" will remain in production for at least the next few weeks with guest reviewers, after Saturday's death of co-host Gene Siskel.
The European Soccer Assn. (UEFA) has announced it is canceling its Champions League contract with RTL Television.
ABC will close out the February sweeps with the full Monica, skedding Barbara Walters' long-awaited chat with Monica Lewinsky as an expanded two-hour edition of "20/20."
Hamdon Entertainment, Phoenix Pictures and JAM Pictures have inked an exclusive output deal to develop telefilms based upon the works of British novelist Jeffrey Archer.
"Entertainment Tonight" correspondent Jann Carl has inked a rich new four-year deal with Paramount's top-rated syndie magazine strip that includes a promotion to an expanded role as a weekend anchor…
Part one of the Eye web's Doris Duke mini "Too Rich" proved to be too much for the competish Sunday, while among adults 18-49, NBC's "Eraser" wiped away the night's other pics.