"The Puzzle Factory," a daily PBS preschool series, will receive a $ 3.5 million commitment -- the largest corporate grant for a public TV preschool series -- to its production and national outreach…
"Madonna Exposed" was underexposed during a mostly flat week in syndication, according to Nielsen national syndication barter rankings for the period ending March 28.
Viacom Enterprises has joined the first-run fray of syndicators seeking to help stations comply with the Children's TV Act with "Nick News," the weekly half-hour kids newsmagazine hosted by Linda…
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ITC Entertainment Group prez-CEO Chris Gorog announced his resignation yesterday, citing "strategic differences" with the board of directors over the "future direction" of the TV/film…
It was a generally sluggish week for syndicated fare, according to Nielsen national syndication barter rankings for the period ending March 21.
Paramount Communications said CINAR Films will produce "The Busy World of Richard Scarry," a new animated TV series based on the works of the best-selling children's author to be sold at MIP-TV.
Trimark Pictures' controversial "Extreme Justice" will bypass the big screen and get its world premiere via Home Box Office.
The Fox Children's Network strengthened its hold on the top spot with kids, NBC's "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" moved into a tie with ABC's "Nightline" in late night and "Good Morning America" was…
Specials struck the happiest notes as the post-February-sweeps blues was fairly rampant among most syndicated entries, according to Nielsen national syndication barter rankings for the week ending…
Stations looking to comply with the Children's Television Act can count on an hour block of programming from Walt Disney Studios for fall 1993 -- the details of which are still to be revealed.
The broadcast networks cried foul yesterday over Paramount Domestic Television's recent claims of victory for its syndicated action hours over network prime time shows. The distrib, meanwhile…