Responding to widespread criticism over last year's Primetime Emmy Awards, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' national awards committee has proposed several major changes in award…
"Entertainment Tonight" topper David Nuell is ankling the hit syndicated mag for parts yet unknown. Nuell issued a statement to "E.T." staffers that as of Dec. 31, 1992, when his current contract…
Possible revisions in the longstanding prime time access rule may be raised at the Federal Communications Commission's Jan. 14 meeting.
Actor Robby Benson, who provided the voice of the Beast in Disney's "Beauty and the Beast," has been signed to handle similar chores for the lead character in MCA TV's new animated firstrun syndie…
CBS' daytime lineup captured its 199th consecutive weekly win and the network's breakfast show, "CBS This Morning," continues to do better than a year ago, according to Nielsen statistics for the…
CBS may have found the right prescription for Saturday with the new in-house hour "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," which rang in New Year's night with a 28 share opposite college football and converted…
It's going to be a cold, cold winter at the Alphabet web: ABC has slapped down a network-wide hiring freeze, according to company sources.
The number of stations using Paramount's "Hard Copy" to replace Carsey-Werner Distribution's defunct "You Bet Your Life" in access has jumped to six.
The SFP is back from the health farm. After a radical three-year "cure," France's largest TV production company has lost weight and is off the critical list.
Two images changed television-talk shows and national politics forever in 1992: Presidential candidate Bill Clinton wearing dark glasses and playing the saxophone on "The Arsenio Hall Show," and…
After several years of relative stability, the networks and Fox Broadcasting Co. end 1992 with some new faces at the tiller, although most anticipate little change in either their priorities or…