The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has elected 25 members to two-year terms on its board of governors, to be installed at the organization's next meeting tomorrow night.
Lorne Michaels, who created "Saturday Night Live" and recently produced Paramount's hitcomedy "Wayne's World," has extended his exclusive motion picture deal with the studio.
A sequel to the onetime PBS blockbuster series "Connections" will find a home on the Learning Channel in spring 1994.
News directors are more likely to follow their gut than either ratings or research when filling an anchor position, according to a recently published study.
MTV already rocks Europe. Is the Continent ready for the country cousin of the American rock 'n' roll channel? Gaylord Broadcasting and Group W Satellite Communications, parent of Country Music…
NBC has structured a unique development deal with a comedy duo called the Mommies that will include one-minute prime time vignettes and "Tonight Show" guest appearances in addition to a planned prime…
One-third of House members have written the three TV broadcast networks asking them to delay projecting results of the elections until after people have voted.
Tim Kotcheff, head of news and current affairs at pubcaster CBC, has announced a raft of appointments coinciding with the revamping of the late news package set to debut Nov. 2. Formerly broadcast at…
One of the most ambitious European animation co-productions yet attempted, the $ 11 million "Animals of Farthing Wood" series is set for a pan-American launch in January.
With sports disrupting the other networks, ABC became the only clear winner in Sunday's first televised presidential debate, which was seen in nearly 40% of U.S. households in the overnight metered…
After performing well with an aging lawyer named Matlock last year, NBC may call upon another veteran barrister to try and fix its struggling Friday lineup--this time by assigning the case to Perry…