The start of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games last week gave NBC a kick in the fringe ratings in the ayem and latenight.
Robert De Niro has signed on to host "9/11," a CBS primetime presentation featuring never-before-broadcast video of the World Trade Center attacks.
CNN is close to axing "Greenfield at Large," the nightly political talkshow hosted by Jeff Greenfield. The net could make an announcement as soon as Friday.
John Leguizamo will bring his Broadway hit "Sexaholix: A Love Story" to HBO this spring.
"Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius" has landed more than $100 million in promotional support in the biggest marketing campaign for a TV series in Nickelodeon's history.
Kids' WB! has booked five of its most successful shows for another season.
After two years of working the night shift, Alison Stewart is ankling as co-anchor of ABC's overnight newscast "World News Now."
ABC News' "Good Morning America" continues to give ayem leader "Today" a run for its money -- particularly in key demos.
"Crossfire" may be a ways off from giving "Total Request Live" a run for its money, but increasingly, the two cablers are going after the same aud.
CNN has hired Fox News entertainment anchor Arthel Neville to host "TalkBack Live," the net's daily interactive talkshow.
ABC News retracted a report on Sunday that pronounced missing Wall Street Journal correspondent Daniel Pearl dead.