For the syndication world, fall 1997 is shaping up to be the calm before a storm.
When CBS Entertainment prexy Leslie Moonves introduced "Brooklyn South" to television critics this summer, he warned that its violence was going to earn it an adult-only "TV-MA" rating.
More than half a million visitors are expected to attend this year's Intl. Consumer Electronics & Media Fair (IFA), which takes place Saturday through Sept. 7 in Berlin.
Marc Liepis was named senior press manager at NBC Entertainment, responsible for "Saturday Night Live" and "Late Night With Conan O'Brien."
After years of broadcasting bigamy, burglary and bitches through inexpensive talkshows, networks have suddenly switched course in the battle for daytime supremacy and are now offering ... well…
Ever since the advent of cross-promotional partnerships in 1989, networks have tried to outdo each other in their bids for viewer attention. Whether they are promoting an individual show, an entire…
Television gameshows are back because 1) People are tired of talk shows. 2) They are cheap to make. 3) They never really left.
The BBC has secured carriage for its new 24-hour news channel with the U.K.'s cable industry, a move that will give it access to 2.2 million homes in Britain and could severely impact rival Sky News.
The USC School of Cinema-Television has set the schedule for First Look, its semiannual showcase of student films. The event, scheduled for Oct. 6-9, will begin each evening at 7:30 p.m. at the…
Daytime talkshows headed south in the week ending Aug. 17, when most chatfests were in reruns, according to Nielsen's latest syndie ratings report.
As part of its strategic expansion abroad, Sony Pictures Entertainment has taken a 25% stake in Super TV, one of Taiwan's leading cable programmers.