Actress-singer Nia Peeples will join country crooner Billy Dean as co-host of Pax TV's "It's a Miracle," which bows Sept. 6.
Less than a year after selling its TV assets to Barry Diller, Universal is attempting to re-enter the TV business in a big way.
Columbia TriStar Television has upped Susan Wycoff to director of comedy development. She will report to Kim Haswell, senior veep of comedy development.
Jose Pretlow has been named exec producer of the Paramount-produced NBC daytime talker "Leeza."
Third-ranked Argentine broadcaster Canal 9 is getting a makeover from new owners Prime TV of Australia and local sports programmer TyC, which is partly owned by TCI Intl.
Satcaster BSkyB has fired the latest salvo in its bid to dominate the startup phase of digital television in the U.K., this time announcing the pricing and details of its channel packages long before…
Gotham's ayem chat war just got perkier, with WNYW skedding sunny '70s siblings "Donny & Marie" opposite WABC's long-dominant smile-meisters "Regis & Kathie Lee."
The Jim Henson Co. has signed an exclusive two-year overall deal with Russell Marcus, creator and executive producer of UPN's midseason comedy series "Home Team."
The cable network CBS Eye on People has hired Roy Scheider to host its most ambitious programming venture, the 10-part documentary series "Legends, Icons & Superstars of the 20th Century."
This year, the scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory will reach for the stars -- on Hollywood Boulevard.
Warner Bros. TV has inked an overall deal with writer/producer Maria Semple, who will segue from co-executive producer to executive producer of NBC's "Suddenly Susan" midseason.