The specter of renewed political control over Russia's media returned Thursday after a Moscow court ordered the liquidation of independent broadcaster TV-6.
A camera crew from Ardent Productions, the TV company owned by Britain's Prince Edward, has caused a stir after being caught stalking the prince's nephew, Prince William.
Dish - Michael Fleming
If Mike Hammer leads a patriotic parade, will Spider-Man and Columbo follow?
Last week, "Politically Incorrect" host Bill Maher called past U.S. missile attacks "cowardly" -- and the controversy over those remarks has yet to subside.
The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks continue to play havoc with the nets' fall lineups. ABC said Wednesday it's pushing back the soph-season premiere of "The Job" to Nov. 7. Denis Leary laffer had been…
Twentieth Television has tapped former Fireworks and Eyemark exec Robb Dalton as prexy of programming. He starts at the company's Fox Plaza offices in Century City on Monday.
CBS was easily the most-watched network on the first Tuesday of the season behind huge numbers for "JAG" and a very strong debut for drama "The Guardian," the most impressive of the night's four…
Alliance Atlantis Communications is truly merged. As the long-in-coming final integration for the merger of two of Canada's largest production companies several years ago, AAC has halved its board of…
Just for Variety by Army Archerd
ABC and NBC split top ratings honors for the final week of the 2000-01 television season, but the two biggest shows of the frame could be seen on just about any net.