The Museum of Television & Radio plans to hold a series of screenings titled "Lawrence Olivier: Four Crowning Achievements" at the museum's two outposts in New York and Los Angeles.
Mainz-based ZDF Enterprises has announced the establishment of a TV production arm.
In her first major public speech since arriving in the U.K. in 1996, Elisabeth Murdoch, general manager of pay service British Sky Broadcasting, tubthumped digital television in the Worldview Address…
Dealing a major blow to its closest rival, Brazilian broadcaster SBT has paid nearly $40 million to snatch the top star from TV Record.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has backed down -- for now -- from its controversial stance on the touchy issue of who is eligible for producer kudos in the annual Emmy derby.
NBC's "Today" continues to show no mercy to its struggling competitors. Taking full advantage of a busy news frame, the morning juggernaut soared to what NBC is calling the highest rated summer week…
Dr. Nancy Snyderman is expanding her practice at "Good Morning America," inking a new multiyear deal with ABC and assuming a new status as primary sub for anchor Lisa McRee.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation has launched a $50 million fundraising campaign to establish an Institute of Telecommunications.
Feature film writers are flocking to network TV like never before. Just weeks after the broadcast webs and studios began taking script pitches for the 1999-2000 season, an unprecedented number of…
With a boost from Hurricane Bonnie, the newest edition of "Dateline NBC" stirred up a Nielsen storm Wednesday, easily blowing away its timeslot competitors.
On the eve of its Monday debut, Pax TV, the broadcast network devoted mostly to family oriented rerun series such as "Touched by an Angel," has signed seven more TV station affiliates and landed a…