If political campaign contributions are any indication of the final outcome of the current struggle between broadcasters and satcasters on Capitol Hill, the broadcasting industry must be declared the…
Lifetime has greenlit production on a one-hour pilot, tentatively titled "How Could It Happen," hosted by rock singer Melissa Etheridge.
Universal is poised to re-establish a presence in the domestic TV biz as it wraps up the drawn-out negotiations regarding the remaining assets of Polygram Filmed Entertainment and Brillstein-Grey…
Boosted by a strong showing for its coverage of the 1998 Winter Olympics, CBS captured a whopping 30 Sports Emmy Awards nominations Wednesday, the most of any net.
Showtime and British film financiers Flashpoint Ltd. have entered into an agreement to co-finance five original films, the companies announced Wednesday.
Nothing like a war to screw up your midseason launches. President Clinton’s Wednesday address to the nation on Kosovo at 8 p.m. Eastern time sent ABC and CBS scrambling. The Alphabet web bowed…
E! Entertainment TV, which saturated its schedule with a record 11 hours of Oscar day programming March 21, ended up harvesting the best total-day Nielsen rating in its eight-year history.
The collective host-broadcasting of major sports events, notably the World Cup of soccer, emerged as the hot topic at day two of the Sportel America TV market here Tuesday.
NBC and Paramount Network TV have finally reached an agreement on how to structure future series licensing agreements between the two companies.
A&E Network will toot its own "Hornblower" films to the tune of $10 million-plus -- an unprecedented amount for a cable event and probably for any television production.
Judy Pastore is replacing Eddie October as an exec producer and the daily showrunner on "The Roseanne Show."