New York PBS affiliate Thirteen/WNET announced Wednesday that ex-ITN anchor Daljit Dhaliwal and former assistant secretary of state James P. Rubin will host a new doc series, "Wide Angle."
CNBC will become the new home to former PBS money guru Louis Rukeyser, whom Maryland Public Television fired last month in favor of a joint-venture with AOL Time Warner's Fortune Magazine.
Disney prexy Robert Iger has handed ABC's latenight news skein "Nightline" a reprieve, stressing the net's commitment to the award-winning show, which came close to losing its timeslot last month.
It may be curtains for Oprah Winfrey's celebrated monthly book club, but NBC News "Today Show" announced Monday that it will produce a monthly club of its own.
Last week, two senior execs from the Wall Street Journal paid a visit to ad exec George Sancoucy to show a mockup of their paper's redesign, skedded to bow April 9.
Bryant Gumbel said Thursday he is stepping down as anchor of "The Early Show," ending his two-and-a-half-year association with the CBS breakfastcast he launched.
ABC's "Nightline" may eventually be replaced by a late-night comic, but with the announcement of the Peabody Awards yesterday, it now has the last laugh.
Emboldened by new leadership, scrutinized by Wall Street and seeking more sizzle, the New York Times and Los Angeles Times are overhauling their coverage of showbiz and pop culture. On both coasts…
Rosie O'Donnell once again scored daytime Emmy nominations Wednesday for talkshow and talkshow host, categories she has won four years in a row.
Former Teen publisher Ellen Abramowitz is taking over as publisher of Prime Media's Seventeen.