KCBS-TV entertainment reporter Steve Kmetko will leave the O&O at the end of November, station general manager Steve Gigliotti confirmed late yesterday.
Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra, Phil Donahue and Oprah Winfrey will be among the warriors on the front lines of the November sweeps battle, as the networks announced air dates for various movies…
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' newly installed board of governors will hold a special meeting later this month to discuss changes in categories for the Primetime Emmy Awards.
Century Group Ltd. has christened its newly created domestic syndie wing with "Legends of the West With Jack Palance," a series of one-hour spex. The company, which holds worldwide distribution…
Central Prods., the production arm of ITV company Central TV, has unveiled a slate of international co-development and co-production deals at Mipcom.
Thames Television and Carlton Television are locked in a bitter row over the ITV broadcast rights to hundreds of Hollywood movies.
CBS News will shuffle a number of assignments immediately after Election Day, including the promotion of Joe Peyronnin to VP of CBS News prime time and assistant to the president, overseeing the…
The Spanish-language Univision network announced yesterday that it has extended its deal with Cristina Saralegui, the highest-rated Hispanic daytime talkshow host, for three years. A syndicated…
CBS has officially pulled the plug on new Carsey-Werner Co. sitcom "Frannie's Turn," which joins "Angel Street" as a casualty of the web's Saturday lineup.
The Corp. for Public Broadcasting and a group of 20 of the largest U.S. public TV stations yesterday unveiled plans to co-produce new TV programs with public broadcasters in six European nations.
U.S. cable programmers are looking to the future, which increasingly means casting their gaze toward Europe as the next market ripe for expansion.