CBS easily took the February crown as the three networks appear to have halted their slide during major sweeps periods thanks to high-profile event programming.
The war is over between the Union of British Columbia Performers and the Alliance of Cinema, Television & Radio Artists.
KABC-TV swept to its largest margin of victory in news in recent memory during the February sweeps, but KCBS-TV and indie KTLA could also boast about their news accomplishments as the local…
Time Warner has joined the outcry over the communications minister's decision to halt MDS licensing by the Australian Broadcasting Authority and return the bids unopened.
ABC's "Roseanne" will undergo yet another exec producer shift at the end of this season, with Bruce Helford to leave the show and producer Rob Ulin being elevated to fill that void.
KCBS-TV has opted to pull All American TV's "Family Feud" from access on March 15 to make room for Genesis Entertainment's "Real Stories of the Highway Patrol."
Both sides are claiming victory in the wake of a federal court's decision setting the music licensing rates that TV broadcasters must pay to ASCAP.
Cablevision Industries Corp. -- one of the largest privately owned companies in the cable television industry -- yesterday reported increases in revenues and operating cash flows for the fourth…
The Post Group has created the F/X Center, to serve TV and film clients working in special effects.
At a recent session with reporters, ABC TV Network Group president Robert Iger said the major TV networks "can't save their way into profitability" but rather "have to program their way" into it.
Southwestern Bell Corp. and Cox Cable Communications said they signed a memorandum of understanding for a partnership in both cable television and telephone in the U.K.