Intl. Family Entertainment moved yesterday to put its imprimatur on newly acquired MTM Entertainment, announcing a major management shakeup that has sent MTM topper Robert Klosterman packing.
Talks between Writers Guild of America and CBS will resume at 10 a.m. today after a marathon 29-hour negotiating session ended yesterday evening without the two sides reaching an agreement.
ABC Distribution Co. has concluded an unusual deal to sell a bundle of programs, complete with commercials, to Russian State Radio and Television.
The home stretch of the February sweeps is going pretty much the way the rest of the February sweeps went, with CBS galloping along far ahead of the pack.
ABC will reportedly go back to "Home" following last week's decision not to air the Canadian talkshow "Shirley," with reports that the network has negotiated a deal with Reeves Entertainment…
CNN has equaled and perhaps surpassed the three commercial networks as the nation's most believable TV news source, according to a new survey that suggests NBC's credibility was hurt by its staging…
Michael Gartner has become the first casualty of the "Dateline: NBC" fiasco, in which the newsmag staged the fiery explosion of a General Motors truck.
Formal negotiations for rights to the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta will be held in July, following informal discussions that will start shortly to detail the process for potential bidders.
New German web RTL 2, which has been delicately reshuffling its shares since September, has found a combination that meets with the tastes of the German media authorities. The station has finally…
ABC News is ready to stick its foot into the prime time news magazine pool, and is doing so with "Day One," an hour-long program that uses the magazine format with a slight twist.
NBC-owned CNBC posted the largest subscriber growth during the past month among cable networks with more than 30 million subscribers, increasing by 0.8%, according to Nielsen statistics.