Primetime and daytime TV significantly under-represents large segments of the U.S. population, including women, Hispanics, Asian-Pacific Americans, Native Americans, the disabled and seniors, a…
Live coverage of raging battles in Washington and Iraq resulted in predictable viewership spikes for broadcasters Saturday -- though it was CBS that ended up sacking the competish with its broadcast…
The CTV Television Network has picked up Canuck rights to three Nelvana-produced animated series, which will begin airing on the Canadian web in January.
MCM Intl. of France has signed an agreement with the Hindujas conglom in India for rebranding and re-launching the Western music channel in the Indian subcontinent and southeast Asia.
"Up Close," ESPN's nightly half-hour interview show based in Los Angeles, has found a new host, Gary Miller, who will switch over from his anchor chores with the network's "Baseball Tonight" and…
In an attempt to move back to its roots, Fox and Bob Bain Prods. ("The Billboard Music Awards") are launching a new awards show for and about teenagers.
Meg Ryan's Prufrock Pictures and actress/writer Heather Thomas ("The Fall Guy") have sold UPN a pilot presentation for an animated comedy about quintuplets in junior high.
Work in 154 feature films and 183 primetime TV and cable programs, representing 1,399 performances, are eligible for consideration in the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
The verdict is in: Warner Bros.' "Judge Mathis" is headed for a fall 1999 syndie bow.
Eyemark Entertainment has inked a big-bucks deal with Tribune Broadcasting's WPIX New York and KTLA Los Angeles for the off-network rights to the CBS sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond" beginning in…
Fox will debut the midseason animated comedy "The PJs" on Sunday, Jan. 10, at 8:30 p.m. before moving it permanently to Tuesdays at 8:30 p.m. after "King of the Hill" on Jan. 12.