Members of the House and Senate Commerce Committees have not only agreed to lend billions of dollars of spectrum to broadcasters for free, they also have proposed sunsetting the decades-old ban on…
"Know It Alls," the local-color gameshow format developed by Brandon Tartikoff, is on a roll in the heartland.
Warner Bros. TV has inked a two-year overall deal with writer/producers Howard Adler and Robert Griffard.
MSNBC has canceled "Edgewise," a weekly show featuring reporter John Hockenberry. The series, airing at 8 p.m. Saturday (with repeats at 11 p.m. and at 8 and 11 p.m. Sunday), "hasn't performed as…
ABC Entertainment president Jamie Tarses and new entertainment chairman Stu Bloomberg, both showed up Monday at the Television Critics Assn. press tour in Pasadena, but they won't formally address…
Mexico's powerful broadcaster Televisa said on Monday that its chief corporate officer, Guillermo Canedo White, had resigned to pursue other interests.
Nickelodeon plans to begin rolling out Aug. 23 the first new installments in four years of its popular cartoon series "Rugrats," with 13 original episodes to run during the coming season and a total…
ABC has given a full-year pickup to its latenight frosh strip "Politically Incorrect With Bill Maher," meaning the show will be on the web's latenight schedule through the end of 1998.
NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw appears close to re-upping with "NBC Nightly News" for four more years.
CBS is mounting a cost-cutting program among headquarters staff in a bid to boost profits and prepare for its spinoff from Westinghouse Electric Corp.'s industrial businesses.