Fox Broadcasting Co. closed out the February sweeps on a high note, "Tom" got off to an OK start and ABC's final installment of "Heaven and Hell" went down in flames, according to Nielsen results for…
NBC has decided to keep all its Summer Olympic Gold for its owned stations and affiliates. The Peacock web announced it has put the kibosh on taking any cable partners for the 1996 Games in Atlanta…
KABC-TV won the coveted Los Angeles early evening and late news ratings crown in an abbreviated Nielsen February sweeps book that excludes the two weeks of the Winter Olympics. However, the O&O…
WCBS-TV had as good a February as Dan Jansen, Bonnie Blair and Nancy Kerrigan, skating to an easy sweeps victory in just about every category on the back of the Winter Olympics.
French pay TV giant Canal Plus strengthened its alliance with Germany's powerful Bertelsmann group by announcing plans to develop joint pay TV technology in Europe.
Private web CTV's flagship nightly newscast and an independently produced docudrama on the Gulf War were the top winners at the opening gala of the 1994 Gemini Awards, Canada's English-language TV…
NBC has renewed its entire Thursdaysitcom block, the centerpiece of the web's primetime lineup, through next season.
Veteran network stage manager James E. (Jimmy) Wall will receive the Franklin J. Schaffner Award for lifetime achievement by a stage manager Saturday at the Directors Guild of America's banquet in…
Thirteen classic television shows were inducted into the Producers Guild of America Hall of Fame during Wednesday night's presentation of the Guild's fifth annual Golden Laurel Awards.
Former "In Living Color" producer Tamara Rawitt has been named exec producer of the new ABC daytime series "Mike & Maty," which is scheduled to replace the "Home" show starting April 11.