CBS finished first six of seven nights to claim the Aug. 9-15 Nielsen crown, while the rerun-heavy summer lineup continues to result in a significant loss of younger viewers.
Much has been made of the difficulty in getting the television industry to act in unison -- particularly as it pertains to the issue of televised violence, with 44 days now remaining on Sen. Paul…
Another year has gone by, and the future of independent television producers remains in a great state of flux, hinging largely on government regulation of the networks and the vertically integrated…
Despite a ticket-and-staffing boycott by NBC, CBS and Fox Broadcasting Co., Academy of Television Arts & Sciences officials don't anticipate any negative impact on the Primetime Emmy Awards show…
Atlantis Films Ltd. is continuing its headlong push into U.S. production, with the Canadian outfit adding several made-for-cable movies and a series version of the popular feature "My Life as a Dog"…
NBC News president Andrew Lack's pledge of a back-and-forth early morning battle appears to be materializing, with "Today" edging "Good Morning America" for the third time in the last five weeks.
CBS, NBC and Fox Broadcasting Co., still miffed about the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' exclusive broadcast deal with ABC, are essentially boycotting the 45th annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan gave his urban-renewal, pro-business pitch to the Hollywood Radio & Television Society on Thursday, pledging to provide the "friendliest and most accommodating city…
Walt Disney Studios prez Richard Frank has again been elected president of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, this time with what promises to be expanded influence over the Acad through…
ABC will go mano-a-mano with Steven Spielberg's giant submarine, premiering Warner Bros. TV's "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" directly opposite the maiden voyage of NBC's "seaQuest…