School was in session on the playground Saturday at Hollywood's El Capitan Theater for the premiere of Disney's "Recess: School's Out" with the after-school party at El Cap's Entertainment Center.
NEW ORLEANS — High priestess of homemaking Martha Stewart is defecting from NBC’s “Today” show to join CBS’ “This Morning,” where she’ll contribute weekly segments to help draw audiences to the…
True North Communications shareholders on Tuesday approved a $440 million takeover of Bozell, Jacobs, Kenyon & Eckhardt, creating the country's sixth-largest ad agency.
With the eventual demise of "Seinfeld" still fresh, NBC execs are mulling short-term scheduling moves to take advantage of its powerful lead-in.
WCBS has shelved Tribune Entertainment talker "Geraldo Rivera," nine months before its scheduled national demise. The O&O will pull "Geraldo" at 3 p.m., beginning Jan. 5, adding back-to-back runs of…
ABC, unhappy with its on-air promo slate, has interviewed potential hires including former Warner Bros. marketing prexy Chris Pula
NEW YORK — Powered by a pair of theatricals and a sharp Tuesday performance, NBC retained the ratings crown for the second consecutive week, easily winning Nielsen’s Dec. 15-21 pre-holiday frame in…
With demographic ratings data in from the November sweeps, WABC New York held on to Gotham’s local news crown, but in Los Angeles, KABC passed the hat to KNBC. Syndie talker “Jerry Springer” had a…
NBC is consolidating its TV network research unit, combining previously separate departments to handle news, sports and affiliate research functions.
Charlie Gibson, co-anchor of ABC's troubled "Good Morning America," is expected to ink a new pact to host A&E Network's signature series "Biography," but likely will remain with the Alphabet web and…
NBC Sports has inked a four-year extension of its U.S. Open golf pact that will keep the prestige links tournament on the Peacock web through 2003.