The Hispanic cable network Galavision will launch Si-TV, a one-hour weekly programming block that the web claims represents the first TV service designed for English dominant/bilingual Latinos, on…
EchoStar Communications Corp. on Sunday will launch its third satellite (EchoStar III) from Cape Canaveral Air Station in Florida, allowing the satcaster to expand its channel offerings via the Dish…
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Fox Worldwide's newly acquired Intl. Family Entertainment (IFE) has sold off its 80% stake in the Fit TV cable network to Fox's joint programming venture with Liberty Networks.
The WB Network has upped four execs in its programming department.
Sunset Post prexy/CEO Ron Burdett has been added to the executive committee of Montreux '99, the 21st Intl. Television Symposium in Montreux, Switzerland, where he will help set the agenda on HDTV…
Bill Bellamy, the comedian, film actor and MTV personality, has inked a deal with Universal Television to star in a comedy series being developed for him. No network is yet attached to the project.
"NYPD Blue" reruns and "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show" led the first wave of action hours and other syndie weeklies premiering last month.
Bob Thompson has been upped to executive VP for Fox Sports Net from his previous post of senior VP for rights acquisitions and regional network operations at the network.
Universal has sold the 265 rerun episodes of "Murder, She Wrote" to A&E after buying them back from the Family Channel.
Setting up what could be a costly and divisive battle, Writers Guild of America West leaders Wednesday unveiled their plan to override the WGA East's rejection of a contract with film and TV…