KCBS won the battle of the headlines with its much-hyped (and never-ending) series on unsanitary conditions at L.A. County restaurants, but KNBC ultimately trounced KCBS and everyone else in scoring…
The secretary general of the world soccer federation FIFA is threatening to cancel a major sports rights deal with Bavarian media mogul Leo Kirch.
WABC won bragging rights among the Big Three O&Os during the New York November sweeps by finishing first in most of the key locally programmed time periods.
The government released a discussion document last week that will fundamentally transform the country's broadcasting industry.
Toshiba America Consumer Products has announced it is taking the plunge and manufacturing TV sets equipped with the Wink interactivity technology, with plans to have them available for sale in the…
The Peacock web preened on the final night of the November sweep, Nov. 26, but CBS is poised to take bragging rights today for its first sweeps victory in households and total viewers in three years.
KTLA reporter Stan Chambers reaches one of the more astounding milestones in television history today when he celebrates his 50th anniversary with the station.
Colombian television opened a new chapter last week with the award of commercial licenses to two of the country's leading program producers.
German telco Deutsche Telekom will spin off its cable TV activities next year and may sell stakes in the new subsidiary to private investors.
With chairs flying, bouncers prying and spurned lovers crying, "Jerry Springer" has finally pummeled his way to the No. 2 spot among daytime syndie talkshows.
After years of lobbying, Turner Broadcasting has finally landed a coveted spot for its TNT & Cartoon Network on Wharf Cable, the sole cable operator in this city.