Vincent Young spent Monday plucking the Peacock. Speaking before the California Broadcasters Assn., the Young Broadcasting chairman-CEO recounted the NBC demands that led Young to drop San Francisco…
German giant the Kirch Group has renewed its contract for broadcasting rights to the German soccer league.
"Doublecross," the syndicated action hour that was to star David Hasselhoff this fall, has been declared a no-go by its distributors.
Pro basketball's much-criticized first-round playoff format has failed to boost the ratings on NBC, according to overnight Nielsen results for the weekend's games.
A million bucks and a magic carpet ride can take you only so far. ABC's Sunday programming strategy has helped it capture one of the first key nights of the May sweeps, although the net still finds…
Bunim/Murray Prods. will head online for its next foray into the real world.
Time Warner's decision Monday to cut off ABC signals for 3.5 million subscribers in New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and other cities during the critical sweeps period sent Walt Disney Co. lawyers…
The CBS mob drama “Falcone” might not be sleeping with the fishes after all. Eye web ran all nine segs of the Columbia TriStar Television skein over the course of 10 nights last month, hoping the…
Europe International, owner of Europe's biggest sports channel, is planning to launch a digital channel modeled on the U.S.' ESPN in time for the Sydney Olympic Games in September.
Score one for the NBC affiliates: The Peacock has now delayed plans to time-shift its "NBC Nightly News" on Pax stations.
VH1 is growing older. The cable net will launch VH1 Classic, a digital net targeted to baby boomers, May 8.