Group W Prods. yesterday gave a greenlight for year two of "Vicki!," its daily one-hour talk entertainment series.
A flurry of mid-season schedule shifts at ABC has failed to slow CBS' ratings momentum, and the Eye net has captured its sixth consecutive prime time Nielsens week.
KTLA has confirmed that program director Mark Sonnenberg will take over Monday as exec producer of the "KTLA Morning News" from Joel Tator, who is headed to Burbank to exec produce Tom Snyder's new…
Yorkshire-Tyne Tees, the commercial TV station covering the Northeast of England, yesterday posted a big increase in pretax profits for the year ended Sept. 30, 1992.
CBS has reached an agreement with star Angela Lansbury and Universal TV on two additional seasons of "Murder, She Wrote," the web's highest-rated drama series.
Buena Vista Television said that its off-network sitcom "Empty Nest," debuting this fall, has now been cleared in excess of 90 markets covering almost 80% of the country.
AND THE WINNER IS..."Nightline."
Diane English and Joel Shukovsky scored a first-round knockdown yesterday in their fight against the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees.
"Road to Avonlea" led nominations yesterday for Canada's Genie Awards, which recognize excellence in English-language television.
It's official. Barry Diller is chairman and chief executive at QVC Network Inc., the leading home-shopping cable channel.
Ratings were up for CBS' National Football Conference championship game Sunday between the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys, according to A.C. Nielsen overnight statistics.