KABC television reporter Adrienne Alpert was badly burned Monday when the mast of the news truck in which she was working exploded after it arced with a nearby power line.
Fox Family Channels became something of a dysfunctional family on Monday when Rich Cronin abruptly resigned after less than two years as president and CEO "to pursue other interests."
Despite comments from foreign TV buyers that the new crop of U.S. series look like "good bets" for their own home skeds, several storm clouds are hanging over business at the L.A. Screenings.
Twentieth Century Fox TV wrapped a good week on Sunday as two of its dramas ranked as the night's top programs among young adults. The Fox network's "The X-Files" and ABC's "The Practice" each scored…
The federal government can't force cable systems to remove the Playboy Channel and other adult-video networks from their programming menus between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m.
Academy Award winner Marlee Matlin ("Children of a Lesser God") will join Camryn Manheim ("The Practice") in the ABC telepic "The Last Laugh," an update of Edmond Rostand's "Cyrano de Bergerac."…
The head of CBC TV in Alberta has resigned, in part over radical cutbacks that are being considered by the public broadcaster.
After the dust settled from NBC's Thursday ratings explosion, the Peacock is left asking itself one simple question: Is it enough? Led by the best ratings ever for "Frasier" and its largest aud on…
Hal Sparks, the host of E! Entertainment's "Talk Soup," has flown the coop after one year. Sparks will concentrate on TV and film opportunities, while the E! show employs guest hosts before naming a…
Who wants to be an Emmy winner? ABC's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" took home its first Emmy award on Friday night at the 27th annual Daytime Emmy Awards, winning for best gameshow.
DirecTV could end up funneling more than $2 billion to Viacom's MTV Networks in the next decade as part of a blanket deal that includes carriage by DirecTV of all CBS-owned TV stations.