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- USA intent on final season. Levin, Stuart // Daily Variety;9/22/2010, Vol. 308 Issue 56, p5
The article reports on the broadcast of the final season of the television program "Law and Order: Criminal Intent" in the U.S.
- Great No. 8 for L&O: CI' on USA Net. Andreeva, Nellie // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;5/23/2008, p6
The article reports that USA Network has renewed the TV program "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" for an eighth season. The cable network has ordered 16 episodes from the Wolf Films/NBCU Cable Studio series, which will continue to get a second window on National Broadcasting Company Inc. It is...
- DeLay's Reaction to 'L&O' Misguided. // Television Week;6/13/2005, Vol. 24 Issue 24, p10
Reports on the reaction of U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay to a May 2005 episode of the television program "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," with a minor reference to him. Potential effects of DeLay's reaction on the broadcasting industry; Statement issued by the Writers Guild of America on...
- News Briefs. // Television Week;12/6/2004, Vol. 23 Issue 49, p3
The article offers news briefs related to television advertising in the U.S. NBC Universal is spending about $2 million an episode to air reruns of "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" on its cable networks USA and Bravo. Twentieth Television has made deals to put the Fox award-winning drama "24" on...
- USA, Bravo setting up syndie 'House'. Wallenstein, Andrew // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;11/29/2005, Vol. 392 Issue 1, p5
This article reports that NBC Universal Television Group is finalizing a deal to steer the hit Fox medical drama "House" to fellow NBC Universal subsidiary USA Network Inc. Bravo also is said to be getting a small piece of "House." Details of the deal are still being ironed out, but the price...
- THE INSIDER. Greppi, Michele // Electronic Media;05/21/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 21, p8
Reports developments concerning the television industry in the United States. Termination of employees at CNN; Change of schedule on the television shows '60 Minutes' and '20/20' at ABC; Optimism of Viacom about the industry.
- StationBreak. Trigoboff, Dan // Broadcasting & Cable;01/15/2001, Vol. 131 Issue 3, p101
Reports developments on television broadcasting in the United States as of January 2001. Elimination of jobs at NBC WVTM-TV in Birmingham, Alaska; Presentation of sales agreement between NBC affiliates and Paxton Communications; Candidacy of anchor and news executive Jeffrey Rupp in Columbus,...
- Latest PBS cuts cost 10% of jobs. Grossman, Andrew // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;11/6/2001, Vol. 370 Issue 39, p3
Reports on the dismissal of a percentage of the staff of Public Broadcasting Service in order to cut costs from its 2002 budget in the U.S. Closure of the PBS Select Service; Growth mode of the network; Justification of the actions taken by the company.
- A Paranormal Kind of a Guy. Gibbons, Kent; Haugstead, Linda; Hearn, Ted // Multichannel News;10/20/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 42, p4
Presents updates on cable television in the U.S. as of October 2003. Plan of film producer Jose Escamilla to create the Borderlands Network which will focus on the paranormal; Appointment of Lou Kerner as CFO at Bolt.com; Cable Hall of Fame induction speech of Julian Brodsky.