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.
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.
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…
International TV veteran James McNamara has been tapped prexy and CEO of Telemundo, the Spanish-lingo web owned by Sony and Liberty Media.
The much-analyzed “Ally McBeal” is the subject of the latest spoof reel making the industry rounds. In the spirit of the recent pic parodies “Swingblade” and “George Lucas in Love,” the producers…
There's been a shakeup at KCET's "Life & Times Tonight." Veteran L.A. newsman Warren Olney and KCET exec Val Zavala have been named co-hosts of the pubcaster's nightly news and public affairs show…
Writer-producer John Sacret Young, co-creator of the drama series "China Beach," has inked a high seven-figure development and production deal with Paramount Network TV.
Broadcast veteran John Severino has been tapped as the new prexy of the Eye's O&O station group, CBS confirmed Tuesday.
And now for something completely different: Eric Idle, a charter member of the Monty Python's Flying Circus comedy troupe, is joining the cast of NBC's "Suddenly Susan."
The WB Network has ordered a comedy pilot from Will Smith's Overbrook Entertainment and Warner Bros. TV starring tyro comic Nick Cannon.
Add Barbara Hershey to the list of new faces checking into "Chicago Hope" next season.