A row is brewing between the BBC and Worldwide Television News, the international news agency controlled by U.S. web ABC, about the way the British pubcaster's coverage of Princess Diana's funeral is…
British dance band Jamiroquai earned the video of the year award, but rocker Beck earned the most statuettes, taking home five at Thursday night's MTV Video Music Awards competition here at Radio…
E.W. Scripps has sold its two San Antonio outlets, KENS-TV and KENS-AM, to A.H. Belo in exchange for Belo's 56% stake in the TV Food Network and $75 million in cash. Sources say the overall value of…
Arthur Kane, executive director of the Intl. Council of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, is retiring. He will remain in his post until the end of the year in order to oversee the…
There will be no shortage of places to watch Princess Diana's funeral on television early Saturday morning, even for those who lack cable and don't plan to drag themselves out of bed in the middle of…
In spite of a strong start last month, ratings for syndication's new latenight contenders, Buena Vista TV's "The Keenen Ivory Wayans Show" and Columbia TriStar's "Vibe," are trending down.
The first project to come out of the newly formed Singer-White Entertainment will be "Flying Blind," a USA Network telepic starring Claudia Christian, who recently ankled the syndie sci-fi series…
Representatives from the U.S. film industry and France's rights collection agency Sacem have agreed to continue the Franco American Fund for Cinema and Television, set up last year to help young…
Fox Broadcasting Co. has declined an option to continue production on the period drama "Roar," the linchpin of the web's summer slate of original programming.
The Television Bureau of Advertising Thursday projected the TV industry will see 6% to 8% ad-sales growth in 1998, spurred by the Winter Olympics and midterm election spending.
Sharon Williams has been named to the newly created position of director of broadcast services and artist relations at ABC TV Network.