Barry Levine, head of the Gotham bureau of "Extra," has been suspended, pending an investigation of the events that led a daredevil Norwegian parachutist to file a $2.2 million lawsuit last week…
The Eye is upon Texas: CBS is poised to buy its affiliate station in Dallas, Texas, from Gaylord Entertainment.
Oscar was good to "Entertainment Tonight," according to Nielsen's national syndie ratings report for the week ending March 28.
New York judge Gerry Sheindlin, husband of reigning TV jurist Judy Sheindlin, has been tapped to replace Ed Koch on the upcoming season of the syndie courtshow "The People's Court."
Who really has more freedom: a married man in America or a single man in communist China? If that sounds like one of those ephemeral "Seinfeld" topics that Jerry and the gang on used to kick around…
There's no King World without Roger and Michael. That's the gist of a clause in the merger agreement struck last week between King World and CBS stipulating that the deal can be called off if either…
Following weeks of protest from Hindu groups, Studios USA and Renaissance Pictures have agreed to pull out of worldwide circulation a "Xena: Warrior Princess" seg that dealt with Hindu deities.
Daytime syndie strip "Forgive or Forget" is getting a new exec producer and a green light for a second season, beginning in September.
Satcaster DirecTV has added the BBC America channel to its lineup, giving a major subscriber boost to the Beeb's fledgling U.S. outlet.
Rysher Entertainment has inked a $60 million-plus deal with USA Network for the rerun rights to the CBS actioner "Nash Bridges" beginning in fall 2000.