NBC has moved swiftly to plug some of the gaps left by the departure earlier this month of network prexy-chief operating officer Andrew Lack, promoting Randy Falco to group president of the NBC…
Speculation was flying Tuesday that MSNBC was once again planning to overhaul its primetime schedule, this time with a lineup spearheaded by ABC News vet Sam Donaldson, but network officials denied…
"60 Minutes" creator and executive producer Don Hewitt announced Monday that he will step down in 18 months, putting to an end months of speculation about his future with CBS.
CNBC has hired former New Yorker and Talk editor-in-chief Tina Brown -- already a columnist for the Web site Salon and the Sunday Times of London -- to host a primetime television series.
With less than two years to go before the next big national elections and the clock ticking to revamp their election-night tabulation process, ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, Fox News, CNN and the Associated…
"The Pulse" is about to quicken. A mere blip during its eight-week run last summer, the Fox News magazine is getting a permanent spot on the Fox broadcast net on ultra-competitive Thursday night.
In anticipation of a war with Iraq, the Dept. of Defense is allowing journalists to train with the troops, a move that could give American viewers the kind of front-line coverage that hasn't been…
With nearly half the country expected to huddle in front of their television sets for Super Bowl XXXVII on Sunday, Hollywood isn't hesitating to take advantage of the viewership and give potential…
Us Weekly magazine is making a move toward having its own reality show on cabler E! Entertainment Television.
In its continuing shake-up of the International Herald-Tribune, the New York Times Co. has ousted CEO Peter C. Goldmark, who will be replaced by his deputy, Richard Wooldridge.
In an industry that celebrates outsized, outspoken cable news toppers, new CNN topper Jim Walton is the anti-Ted.