NBC's search for sitcom success knows no borders: Peacock is developing a half-hour laffer based on hugely popular Latin American sudser "Betty La Fea."
Fox Television chairman Brian Mulligan resigned unexpectedly Wednesday, apparently burned out by nine months atop News Corp.'s wide-ranging TV operations, including the station group, sports and…
Nervous about appearing insensitive to the victims of last week's terrorist attacks, advertisers are being extra-cautious about where their TV ads are seen.
It took many of them as long as eight days, but the local stations here are finally beginning to get their signals out to the New Yorkers who rely exclusively on over-the-air broadcasting for their…
The next betrayal hasn't yet begun, but ABC already is mulling a third installment of its reality skein "The Mole."
Mariah Carey has been added to the list of entertainers skedded to appear on Friday's mega-fundraiser for terrorism victims, as the list of outlets lining up to simulcast the event continues to grow.
Last week's terrorist attacks continue to play havoc with network lineups. With President Bush now set to address a joint session of Congress, CBS has been forced to delay the one-hour, live season…
Broadcast design shop Belief has tapped Erin Davis as director of business development and Greg Stacy as executive producer. New hires come shortly after managing director and partner Steve Kazanjian…
The online division of Barnes & Noble has partnered with satcaster DirecTV and interactive TV technology developer Wink Communications to launch an e-commerce TV channel to sell books.
TV journalist Giselle Fernandez, who early in her career worked as a weekend co-anchor for TV station KTLA Los Angeles, will return to the Tribune Broadcasting station as co-anchor of "KTLA Morning…
In today's headlines -- Comedy Central's "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" goes back on the air tonight. In repeats since Sept. 10, tonight's show will be a more solemn affair.