Representing another humiliating blow to RAI in a season of dismal ratings and top-level management upsets, the Italo pubcaster's bureaucratic holdups have prompted the departure of one of the most…
Nielsen Media Research's national clients will get their first look at the newly refined peoplemeters, which have not been altered since their U.S. launch in the late 1980s, this week in Orlando.
Judy Tur, mother of helicopter newsman Bob Tur, died Feb. 27 in Los Angeles of primary pulmonary hypertension. She was 58. In addition to her son Bob, she is also survived by a daughter and son, two…
R.J. Stewart, executive producer of the syndie action hour "Xena: Warrior Princess," has inked a three-year deal with USA Networks Studios worth more than $3 million.
Children in mainland China will soon be able to watch almost as much originally produced Children's Television Workshop programming as kids in the U.S.
ABC is finalizing negotiations with Drew Carey to host and executive produce a summer version of the British series "Whose Line Is It Anyway?"
Adrian Lyne's controversial new film version of Vladimir Nabokov's "Lolita" may end up making its U.S. debut on satellite-delivered pay-per-view.
During a presentation to advertising executives Thursday at the Ed Sullivan Theater, CBS Television Network prexy Les Moonves touted a dozen series the network has in development for next season, a…
William Forsythe ("Raising Arizona," "Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead," "The Rock") has joined the cast of "A Dollar For the Dead," a TNT Original telefilm co-produced by TNT, Once Upon a…
NBC has inked a six-figure development deal with standup comic Mike Siegel that will likely land him in a sitcom.
The National Council of La Raza announced last week the official nominees of the 1998 American Latino Media Arts (ALMA) Awards.