Robert Wright used a press conference Tuesday to try and put the kibosh on NBC sales rumors, but what TV critics really wanted to talk about was Stupid Pet Tricks.
Former Twentieth TV prez Harris Katleman has left an independent production deal with the studio to become chief operating officer at Mark Goodson Prods., the parties confirmed.
Warnings from NBC notwithstanding, David Letterman expects to take his latenight show to CBS virtually intact.
CBS/Broadcast Group prez Howard Stringer defended his network's shift to short orders on all new series next season, contending the practice has less to do with lack of faith in the shows than…
NBC and Kellogg USA have detailed their network/advertiser marketing campaign, which the parties announced in May, sans specifics, to be the largest of its kind ever.
HBO chairman-CEO Michael Fuchs isn't sure what direction the predicted 500-channel universe will take, but he see its advent as less of a threat to the pay service than the explosion of VCR ownership…
CBS News officials reiterated that they're not worried about a ratings decline accompanying the addition of Connie Chung to "The CBS Evening News," calling the broadcast "a work in progress" and…
Violence not surprisingly headlined CBS Entertainment prez Jeff Sagansky's Q&A session with TV critics Saturday, with the exec saying the entire industry must take responsibility on the issue -…
Although the scientific data may be sketchy, many viewers do see a correlation between societal and television violence, according to an annual survey of TV viewing habits sponsored by The Family…
The USA network suffered through a bruising session with critics on Thursday over the upcoming movie "Marilyn & Bobby: Her Final Affair," which the basic cable web has dubbed a "fictional account" of…
"Today" capitalized on the Fourth of July week to set off its own fireworks, breaking rival "Good Morning America's" 34-week-old consecutive win streak in the daypart.