As part of a restructuring at Sony's global TV operations, former UPN and Twentieth Television exec Len Grossi has been named president of Columbia TriStar Television.
"Dharma & Greg's" courtship with stations is moving right along.
Several weekly syndicated shows, most of which air on the weekend, earned ratings rebounds in the week following the NCAA men's basketball tournament broadcast on CBS.
NBC affiliates are once again crying foul as the Peacock announced plans to begin airing rebroadcasts of the "NBC Nightly News" on Pax TV. In a one-month test, "NBC Nightly News" will air on all Pax…
Elian, a shaky stock market, and the possibility of a terrorist action will keep Dan Rather glued to his anchor seat for the next couple of days. With today commemorating the fifth anniversary of the…
Following last Friday's record Dow and Nasdaq declines, CNBC scored its most watched day ever on Monday, delivering half a million households.
ABC has officially announced that this season will indeed be the last for long-running teen sitcom "Boy Meets World."
TNN has bought cable TV rights to the reruns of Warner Bros. Domestic's "Mad TV," starting this fall. But the deal is nonexclusive, so TNN could end up sharing the daily repeats of the latenight…
USA Network's World Wrestling Federation action, which regularly ranks as one of cable's highest-rated programs, has been knocked out of first place by computer-generated dinosaurs.
NBC has snared the broadcast-network rights to Universal's "Erin Brockovich," emerging the victor after an intense bidding war that fetched offers from ABC, CBS, Fox, Turner and USA.
And on the seventh day, Regis rested. But Moses picked up the slack quite nicely.