TV journalist Lisa Joyner has left her post as entertainment anchor at Fox-owned TV station KTTV Los Angeles to work on new television endeavors on both sides of the camera.
NBC has picked up eight more episodes of the summer reality skein "Meet My Folks."
"American Idol" is really humming now. Fox's music talent show swelled to new ratings heights Tuesday, including the best score in young adults for any telecast since the May sweep.
Joining the parade of studios exploiting their libraries of old and current TV series on DVD, Universal Studios Home Video has announced that it is preparing DVDs of "Law & Order" and "Baretta" for…
More TV networks announced Wednesday their 9/11 commemorative programming, with several cable nets saying they will go dark in the ayem.
Danny Huston ("Ivans XTC") has signed on as the star of Dick Wolf's new version of the classic crime drama "Dragnet" for ABC.
Record low ratings of the 2000 Sydney Olympics have caused NBC, CNBC and MSNBC to draw up a blueprint for the 2004 Summer Games in Athens that would chop 12 hours out of the total amount of TV…
"60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl has been named the new anchor of CBS News program "48 Hours Investigates."
A down economy and fewer marquee performers have put a hammerlock on World Wrestling Entertainment Inc., driving the company's net income down by 79% for the first quarter.
NBC has upped Lee Straus to VP of business affairs and Jill Underhill to VP of current series programs.
A cast of familiar cartoon faces will populate the Saturday morning fall slate of Kids' WB, with only three new skeins on the sked: "What's New Scooby-Doo," "Ozzy & Drix" and "Mucha Lucha."