Outsiders trying to make sense of the television industry frequently run into a brick wall, confused by the arcane machinations of the business.
NBC Enterprises prexy John Agoglia, who resigned from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences executive committee after the organization inked an exclusive broadcast deal for the Emmys with ABC…
Wearing its heart and politics on its sleeve, this earnest but sappy drama would be far more compelling if its applause lines weren't so well-lit. Mixing elements from "Down and Out in Beverly Hills"…
The "Roseanne" soap opera went public again Friday, raising questions about the hit ABC comedy's status.
Cinematographer Ernest Dickerson doesn't live up to the promise of his directing debut, "Juice," with this threadbare chase movie, which almost makes surviving the screening its own endurance test…
Jeff Sagansky, one of the architects of CBS' historic third-to-first ratings turnaround, will take the long-expected step of leaving the network, handing the reins to exec VP Peter Tortorici.
Full integration of Viacom and Paramount won't occur until the fourth quarter , with recommendations on "consolidation strategy" due from department heads in mid-May and to beimplemented over the…
CBS delays for NCAA tournament coverage and the Masters golf tournament highlights helped "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" score its highest ratings in two months. Despite the leg up, it didn't help…
CBS has ordered six episodes of a new drama series from Latham/Lechowick Prods., to begin airing this summer.
Two-year-old de Passe Entertainment is making a big push into the series business behind some pint-sized talent, including proposed pilots to feature 8 -year-old Lindsay Ridgeway and moppet Tajh…