A piece of CBS history from the 1970s has returned home after a posthumous donation by its creator, Vincent Ashbahian.
Fox's "MasterChef" dominated the less-than-stellar competition Wednesday night, winning both hours among young adults and helping the net top its rivals on the night for the 20th time in the last 21…
TV's upfront marketplace has started to move. And once again, Fox is doing the pace-setting among the Big Four networks.
Keith Olbermann's zig-zagging path between pointed political commentary and the toy department of sports zips over to TBS this fall.
Elaine Ko has closed a two-year overall with Twentieth Century Fox TV, it was announced today. The “Modern Family” supervising producer started on the ABC comedy as a staff writer and rose through…
Berson had been serving as exec veep of CBS Sports and prexy of CBS Sports Network since 2011.
TV's upfront market appears to have hit a snag. The annual ad-sales frenzy during which the nation's TV outlets attempt to sell the bulk of their ad inventory for the coming year is turning out to be…
"Mr Selfridge," starring Jeremy Piven, encapsulates a key part of what ITV wants to do more of — produce inhouse U.K. hits that can sell strongly overseas.
Drama is taking centerstage at this year's L.A. Screenings.
Qatar-based Al Jazeera has initiated "informal contacts" with Barcelona-based Mediapro to explore the possibility of acquiring Spanish soccer league TV rights from September 2015.
CBS will swap a scripted crime-and-justice series in May for an unscripted one put together by its news division. CBS News said “Brooklyn DA” will air Tuesdays at 10 p.m. starting May 21, the final…
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