Geraldo Rivera, one of the trailblazers of trash television, is going out on a sentimental note.
Spanish digital platform Via Digital has made its first U.S. studio deal, via Barcelona-based channel production house Media Park.
The Fox O&O group is hot-to-trot for "Seinfeld" reruns.
Walt Disney's homevideo arm, Buena Vista Home Video, is heading into the final six months of the year with an ambitious release slate that includes the video debut of "The Black Cauldron" and the…
The onset of daylight savings time translated to lower ratings for some syndie strips in the week ended April 12. In keeping with springtime TV tradition, the extra hour of daylight that kicked in…
CBS is looking at four potential sites on which to build a 1 million-square-foot digital broadcast and studio facility to replace its current West 57th Street Broadcast Center, said Michael Jordan…
Hungary's status as an emerging TV market is battering its video industry, and distributors of U.S. cassettes are the hardest hit.
Channel Four plans to take on 61 extra staff members, a figure representing almost 10% of the terrestrial's total employees.
Fox's FX cabler is committing upwards of $10 million to bring out two new original series this summer: "Bobcat's Big Ass Show" and a variety hour hosted by magi-comics Penn & Teller.
The Food Network will produce a record 1,200 half-hours of original episodes in 1998, adding two fresh series in the fall: "Hot Off the Grill With Bobby Flay" and "East Meets West With Ming Tsai."
ABC is unhappy with the script for 20th Century Fox's upcoming sitcom with Mary Tyler Moore and Valerie Harper, which is now likely to be pushed back to midseason, sources say.