An informal survey of top TV writers finds that technology hasn't had much effect on the essence of their craft, whether they pound it out in longhand or on laptops. But e-mail and the Internet have…
Joseph D. Zaleski, a 32-year syndication sales veteran who shattered industry records with his sales campaign on behalf of "The Cosby Show," died Friday of cancer at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in…
The century-spanning life story of Britain's beloved Queen Mum is headed to NBC as a telefilm produced by her grandson, Edward Windsor.
Sarah Timberman, a six-year Columbia TriStar TV vet who shepherded the studio's signature hits "Dawson's Creek" and "Party of Five," has been promoted to exec VP of series development for Col TriStar.
Columbia TriStar TV has just shelled out an eye-popping high-six-figure fee for a drama script from Scott Rosenberg, who also has a drama pilot in the works with Col TriStar and the WB Network.
The WB Network aims to drum up a heap of cross promotion with radio stations in the top 50 markets through its "WB Radio Music Awards," to be broadcast live Oct. 28 from the Mandalay Bay Resort…
In the first program shuffle of the new fall season, UPN has pushed back the bow of the Barry Sonnenfeld/Barry Josephson action drama "Secret Agent Man" until midseason.
"Entertainment Tonight" veteran Larry Fleece has been named exec producer of Paramount's syndie strip "Real TV."
Coverage of the John F. Kennedy Jr. saga propelled "Entertainment Tonight" to its highest household numbers in nearly four years, according to Nielsen's just released national syndie ratings for the…
There will be no shortage of Ricky Martin coverage on Telemundo this month as the Spanish-lingo web plans to follow the Latin crossover crooner on the U.S. and Asian legs of his "Livin' La Vida Loca"…
The WB Network will join the Big Three webs in rolling out portions of its new schedule during the week of Sept. 20, when it expands from five to six nights of primetime programming.