"The Magic Hour" is due for an assist tonight from Fartman's alter ego, aka Howard Stern.
Revving up a diverse talkshow development slate for 1999, Warner Bros.' Telepictures Prods. has closed syndie development deals with Joan Lunden and "Living Single" alum Queen Latifah.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has established a business and legal affairs department in its Digital Studios division and named Mary O'Hare to head the group as senior vice prexy.
This just in: "NewsRadio" has been cleared for rerun broadcasts this fall on more than 100 stations covering 75% of U.S. TV households.
Discovery Networks, Flextech and UKTV have all struck deals for their channels to be carried on Sky Digital, the digital satellite TV platform launched by British Sky Broadcasting.
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.
For the first week ever, more households tuned to basic cable during primetime than the four major broadcast networks combined for the week of June 22-28, according to Nielsen Media Research figures…
Sony Pictures Entertainment is going local in yet another foreign territory -- the parent company's home ground, Japan.
Ted Turner's Cartoon Network is looking for more information about its Asian audience.
Rob Lowe is in talks to star in the disc jockey drama "Statistics."
Responding to pressure from parents Universal and Seagram over the lurid content of Todd Solondz's "Happiness," October Films has dropped the pic from its release slate.
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