"A Current Affair" staffers are crying thief and the culprit, they say, is "Inside Edition." They claim the rival syndicated magazine show stole "Affair's" exclusive footage.
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There's a convergence happening between hardware and software in the entertainment business, says Nathan Myhrvold, vice president/advanced technology and business development of Microsoft Corp.
Key personnel at "Dateline: NBC" made serious judgment errors in conceiving, reporting on and responding to attacks on its story on General Motors' trucks, according to an internal report from NBC…
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The first to go was NBC News president Michael Gartner. Now the "Dateline: NBC" exploding truck fiasco may have claimed three new victims.
Gov. Mario Cuomo and Mayor David Dinkins wooed CBS chairman Larry Tisch with $ 37.5 million in tax incentives and $ 12 million in low-cost energy and it worked. The Eye web has made a 15-year…
Gov. Mario Cuomo, Mayor David Dinkins and CBS chairman Laurence Tisch will be among government and CBS officials gathering in New York this morning to unveil a long-term commitment to working in the…
It's the end of the "Affair" for John Terenzio. The executive producer of "A Current Affair" is ankling the Twentieth Television hit syndie magazine show to form his own production company. He will…
CBS Entertainment prexy Jeff Sagansky wants to see a reduction in the amount of violence on television.
CBS affiliate relations prexy Tony Malara used the panel "Can the Network-Affiliate Marriage Be Saved?" as a bully pulpit to sell the network case , even turning moderator Rush Limbaugh into a…
NBC's "Cheers" may be leaving at the end of this TV season, but the character of psychiatrist Frasier Crane is being spun off for a new comedy series to star Kelsey Grammer.
A group of Washington policy savants sent a severe warning to TV station general managers at Monday's INTV panel dubbed "Off the Air With Howard Stern."