The 1996-97 primetime Nielsen season wrapped Wednesday night with the long-anticipated NBC victory and an equally predictable flurry of historically low ratings, but also some surprisingly widespread…
Spelling Entertainment Group Inc. named exec veepee Peter Bachmann president, formalizing Bachmann's role in the day-to-day management of the company. Spelling is 75% owned by Viacom Inc.
CBS Entertainment president Leslie Moonves today will unveil an aggressive fall schedule that drops the Tuesday movie and shifts Monday night staples "Murphy Brown" and "Chicago Hope" to Wednesday.
CBS won seven Daytime Emmy Awards Wednesday night, continuing its long winning streak.
For once, birth drew a bigger TV audience than death Tuesday night as the season-ending edition of NBC's "Mad About You," featuring the much-hyped birth of the Buchman baby, easily knocked off the…
News Corp.'s prospects for rescuing its troubled satellite TV efforts by merging its ASkyB venture into the Primestar Partners sat TV joint venture have brightened in recent days and a deal could be…
Microsoft on Wednesday unveiled technology designed to make the Internet rival TV news, giving personal-computer users a wealth of news and information channels for Web surfers.
Westminster City Council has officially confirmed its ban on David Cronenberg's "Crash," which means the sex 'n' wrecks movie cannot be screened in London's West End cinemas.
Televisa announced a three-year, $270 million cost-reduction program at an investor conference in New York Wednesday, as the Mexican conglom unveiled its long-awaited Televisa 2000 business plan.
New Line Cinema's senior vice president of marketing, Christina Kounelias, has been named senior VP of publicity and public relations at Fox Broadcasting Co.