One of TV execs' worst nightmares came true this week when the Tupelo, Miss.-based American Family Assn. announced it would call for a boycott of advertisers who support television shows tagged with…
Blake Bryant has been named to the newly created position of director of creative services for KNBC, where he will be responsible for planning, directing and coordinating the station's advertising…
"Eerie, Indiana" - the short-lived NBC supernatural series that last aired in 1992 - has come back to life on the Fox Kids Network.
A battle is brewing between ABC Entertainment and ABC News, as the former wants to schedule David Kelley's midseason drama "The Practice" in the Wednesday 10 p.m. slot currently held by the ABC News…
German publishing giant Axel Springer Verlag AG announced Thursday that it will sell its share in German sports web DSF to Kirch Group subsidiary Taurus Vermoegensverwaltungs GmbH.
The family of controversial former Alabama Gov. George Wallace is prepping a lawsuit next week in Montgomery, Ala., that seeks an injunction against the makers of TNT's planned Wallace biopic to…
Eyemark Entertainment has sold its new weekly action hour "Pensacola: Wings of Gold" to the CBS Television Stations and the Partner Stations Network for fall.
After months of speculation, Viacom Inc. has begun efforts to sell its radio station group, holding talks with a range of radio operators, industry sources said. But according to insiders, Viacom…
Cox Communications Inc. and TCI Communications Inc. completed a trade of cable television systems representing about 600,000 customers.
John Malone, chief of the nation's biggest cable company, Tele-Communications Inc., has a stunning admission to make: His widely hailed vision for TCI's future as a multimedia powerhouse straddling…