"Due South" is rising again --- in firstrun syndication. New episodes of the comedy/actioner that aired on CBS in 1994 and 1995 have been cleared by Polygram Television for a fall start on 108…
NBC's effort to go its own way on TV program ratings could run into a roadblock at the Federal Communications Commission, agency chairman Reed Hundt said Wednesday.
Undaunted by a cease-fire agreement reached last week between some of their congressional colleagues and the TV industry, a group of U.S. senators used a subcommittee hearing Wednesday to push for…
As if KABC radio didn't have enough problems in the wake of the public outcry over Michael Jackson's dismissal from his weekday morning time period, the L.A. station is also reportedly being…
TV producer Philip DeGuere has won a round in his long-running battle with Universal TV, thanks to a state appeals court ruling that revives his lawsuit over his cut of the profits from the 1980s…
Indie British producer Hat Trick Prods. has inked its first deal in the United States with ABC, which will fund at least two Hat Trick pilots over the course of the three-year deal.
CNN/SI, the 24-hour sports news network from Turner Broadcasting, is poised to break the 10-million-subscriber mark in the wake of an affiliation agreement with SportsChannel Florida --- which will…
Satcaster DirecTV will add the struggling CBS Eye on People cable service on July 24, instantly nearly doubling the news/entertainment network's subscriber base, said to stand at about 3 million.