SPECIAL REPORTFor Studios USA, formerly Universal TV, 1998 was a year of adjustment after the stunning news in October 1997 that Seagram had inked a $4.07 billion deal to sell most of the studio's…
CBS Television topper Leslie Moonves says the Eye isn't rushing to align itself with a studio or other outside partner, despite conventional industry wisdom that such a deal is crucial to the web's…
"Titanic" continued its winning ways Sunday, capturing the award for best movie of 1998 at the 25th annual People's Choice Awards ceremony.
After years of U.S. complaints falling on deaf ears, Colombia finally seems willing to tackle its massive cable piracy problem.
SPECIAL REPORTYouth is the watchword for network development at Columbia TriStar TV, as the studio has clicked with teen hits like the WB Network's "Dawson's Creek." The Columbia TriStar TV…
NBC Sports is bullish about harvesting big advertising revenues when the National Basketball Assn. begins a truncated 1998-99 season Feb. 5.
In a move that signals a new direction in programming for CNBC, David Grubin Prods. is developing a four-hour miniseries for the cabler entitled "The Power of Business."
Memo to ABC execs hoping the arrival of Diane Sawyer and Charles Gibson will keep "Good Morning America" from falling to third in the ratings: It's too late.
NBC's Wednesday season premiere of "Lateline" got scooped by the competition, landing a distant third in the half-hour in adults 18-49 and matching the weakest firstrun homes rating ever in that slot…
CNBC has promoted Mark Hoffman to managing editor of business news. The job had been filled on a temporary basis for the past year by Bruno Cohen, senior VP of business news for CNBC.
Aside from the usual barbs thrown at UPN, WB Network CEO Jamie Kellner took a swipe at sister studio Warner Bros. TV at the opening session of the Television Critics Assn. press tour Thursday.