Chuck Lorre has signed an exclusive overall deal with Carsey-Werner Co. to create and develop new TV series.
In the Special Report on PBS' 25th anniversary in the March 14-20 edition of Variety, the director of the 1987 documentary "Eyes on the Prize" was misidentified.
Entertainment Weekly calls Cuban-American TV personality Nely Galan "one of the most powerful young executives in Hollywood."
Three years after the government announced its intentions to privatize Colombian airwaves, the measure will finally come up for a vote in Parliament this spring. According to the Ministry of…
The Independent Television Commission, the U.K. licensing and broadcasting regulatory authority, in a submission to the Dept. of National Heritage, called Tuesday for a limited relaxation of…
Oscar is getting younger; no, Oscar is getting older. How about a little of both? This year's Academy Awards telecast performed stronger with women 18-49, but weaker with men 18-49 than last year's…
Seen on PBS stateside, "Rights & Wrongs," the award-winning newsmag hosted by Charlayne Hunter-Gault, had been a primetime staple on Europe's SuperChannel satcaster.
Fox-owned WFLD in Chicago has broken Tribune Broadcasting's grip on "Seinfeld" reruns in the nation's top three TV markets.
Even though Chile is a relatively small market, it has become one of the prime targets for international investors who see it as one of the best Latin low-risk growth areas.
An advertising exec and a former political exile will share the chairmanship of South Africa's newly created Independent Broadcasting Authority, a selection panel announced last week.