Nowhere was the bitter irony of John F. Kennedy Jr.'s apparent fate more evident over the weekend than in the stunned look of disbelief on the faces of TV news veterans who covered those four days in…
We'll pay for it, but we won't air it -- that's what the NBC O&Os are saying to King World Prods. about the upcoming season of "The Roseanne Show."
Newcomers Bonnie Somerville and Brad Hawkins have been tapped to star alongside a host of contemporary musicians in "Shake, Rattle & Roll," the CBS November sweeps mini tracing the evolution of rock…
Local cable operators have ended their standoff with Fox Sports West cablers over the fee hikes Fox is charging for an expanded slate of Los Angeles Dodgers and Anaheim Angels games this season.
Jay Leno is on a roll. Even with rerun segs and late starts due to NBC's Wimbledon coverage, "The Tonight Show" has notched a 52-week latenight winning streak, according to just-released Nielsen…
Artists Television Group, the TV and new media production venture allied with Michael Ovitz's Artists Management Group, has filled out its executive ranks with four additional hires.
Network and studio brass were put on the defensive Monday after NAACP national prexy Kweisi Mfume condemned the TV biz for serving up a fall primetime sked that offers "a virtual whitewash in…
Writer-producer Ann Donahue has inked a two-year production pact with NBC Studios that calls for her to exec produce the Peacock's new comedy "M.Y.O.B." from filmmaker Don Roos.
KCOP, the UPN O&O in Los Angeles, will scrap its 7:30 p.m. nightly newscast within the next few weeks in preparation for the bow of UPN's new fall lineup.
Four years after Disney stunned showbizzers with its stealth acquisition of ABC, the Mouse House has taken its boldest leap yet toward true vertical integration with the consolidation of Disney's TV…
Women's cabler Lifetime will pony up about $58 million for the cable rerun rights to the sitcom "Mad About You" for a four-year license term beginning in March 2002.