To paraphrase Carlos Santana, Jerry Springer is expected to change his evil ways today and embrace nonviolence on his red-hot syndie talkshow.
Just call it the birth of a station. Barry Diller's USA Broadcasting is taking the plunge in Miami today, remaking its WAMI station from a Home Shopping Network barker channel into an indie news and…
Tribune Broadcasting has retained Merrill Lynch to evaluate the sale prospects for its TV stations in Atlanta and New Orleans.
CBS Entertainment is consolidating its longform programming department under the supervision of Sunta Izzicupo, the exec credited for much of the Eye web's recent success with its Sunday night movie…
The "Jerry Springer Show," "Judge Judy," "Entertainment Tonight" and "Seinfeld" were the big syndie winners in May, according to national Nielsen household rating averages for the four-week sweep…
This time it's for real: Greg Meidel will step down as chairman and CEO of Studios USA at the end of the month in the wake of Barry Diller's $4.07 billion buyout of Universal's domestic TV operations.
Fox's "King of the Hill" and Paramount/DreamWorks' "Spin City" are racking up syndie sales, but Worldvision's "Pictionary" has drawn its last breath.
Fox TV veteran Mitchell Stern has been promoted to chairman and CEO of Fox Television Stations (Daily Variety, June 3).
On the eve of its 70th anniversary, the Hollywood Christmas Parade is changing channels.
A management restructuring is in the works at Fox's Twentieth Television.