CBS corporate relations veep Jack Bergen will exit the Eye web at the end of the month to head the recently hatched Assn. of Public Relations Firms.
Sparkling numbers for the annual Macy's Fourth of July fireworks spectacular helped WPIX turn in a star-spangled Nielsen performance over the long holiday weekend.
With Mike Wallace and the rest of the "60 Minutes" gang vowing never to contribute to a second edition of the venerable newsmag, CBS might be ready to ask "Evening News" anchor Dan Rather to add his…
It's hard to imagine a worse scenario for CNN's U.S. prexy Rick Kaplan than the network's retraction and apology on Thursday for the June "NewsStand" story about the U.S. military's use of nerve gas…
The stars of ABC's "Monday Night Football" are discovering that the pennypinching affecting the rest of the Alphabet web applies to them as well.
Network news insiders are falling all over themselves trying to figure out how Fox News landed a much sought-after interview with Princess Diana's brother.
With a quick settlement unlikely in the NBA lockout, execs at CBS and Fox have started seriously exploring the idea of launching a rival basketball league.
MSNBC is cutting through the usual development red tape by testing out ideas for new shows with live pilots.
NBC's "Nightly News" continues to tighten its grip on first place in the ratings.
"Dateline NBC'' co-anchor Jane Pauley has quietly inked a new agreement with NBC that will pay her in the neighborhood of $5.5 million per year and keep her at the network for at least five more…