Barry Diller's QVC Network, a home shopping TV powerhouse, is making its first foray into syndication with an hourlong talkshow strip hosted by Joan Rivers, "Can We Shop?"
Congress' ban against telephone company delivery of cable TV programs in local phone service areas was declared unconstitutional Tuesday in a decision that could alter the shape of U.S…
CBS showed off its ratings balance by managing to win the week despite finishing first only one night, Sunday, during the Aug. 16-22 Nielsen competition.
Columbia Pictures TV has reportedly picked up a piece of the new CBS comedy series "Dave's World" in exchange for freeing up actor Meshach Taylor to join the cast.
Chrysalis Group, the British music and media company, has pulled together its disparate TV and film-related businesses into a new Visual Entertainment Division, as part of a long-term strategy for…
Add another entrant to the growing list of newsmagazine projects aimed at the teenage and twentysomething generation.
Cheryl Gould and Bill Wheatley have been named veepees at NBC News, following the recently announced exit of the No. 2 exec within the division, exec VP Don Browne.
A bill aimed at turning off Channel One, the controversial Whittle Communications program that gives schools electronic gear in exchange for allowing TV commercials into the classroom, was blocked in…
Another former "Golden Girl" will be working this season, as Betty White joins the cast of Paramount's reworked CBS sitcom "Bob."
South Carolina Monday hosted the first of four forums to solicit suggestions on making public broadcasting programming more diverse and objective.
The FCC Monday waived its "one-to-a-market" rule and allowed Harte-Hanks Television, the owner of a San Antonio TV station, to buy a radio station in the same market.