Could Bill Clinton really be coming to a small screen near you? Rumors to that effect have surfaced again on word that syndie powerhouse King World and the CBS-owned stations are pursuing the idea…
Helmer McG ("Charlie's Angels") continues to make his mark in television, sealing a put pilot deal at the WB.
The wave of Spanish-speaking immigrants to New York over the past few decades crashed into WCBS-TV in the July sweeps, causing the station to fall behind Univision's WXTV in all of the key local-news…
The Museum of Television & Radio is set to fete Ted Danson and Dick Wolf at its annual gala Sept. 29 at the Regent Beverly Wilshire hotel in Beverly Hills.
The CNN and CBS tale of the tape is getting even more twisted.
The "Pepsi 400" NASCAR race on TNT and a Dolphins-Buccaneers NFL exhibition game on ESPN were the standout Nielsen performers on ad-supported cable last week.
Longtime HBO exec Carolyn Strauss has been upped from senior vice president to executive VP of original programming, adding miniseries to the programming slate she oversees.
Crime paid for both CBS and NBC last week, with additional episodes of dramas "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" carrying the nets to primetime ratings victories.
Digital Latin America (DLA), a digital content and service provider, has inked acquisition deals with Disney, DreamWorks, MGM and Warner Bros. for pay-per-view feature films.
Egypt's Nilesat is expanding its bouquet in the Arab world, according to Nilesat marketing chief Salah Hamza.
In its ongoing efforts to find investors, German pay TV web Premiere has invited 20 possible buyers to file takeover offers.