With the talkshow war in the headlines, ABC's "Nightline" quietly grabbed first place in the latenight race for the third consecutive week, while "Good Morning America" edged back in front of "Today"…
Comedian John Mendoza's role as co-creator of the upcoming NBC show “The Second Half” was left out of Tuesday's story about the sitcom.
Richard Carlton, executive director of the Intl. Council of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, will step down at the end of l993, it was announced Thursday.
Cable arrived in a big way with the announcement of nominees for the 45th annual Primetime Emmy Awards; pay service HBO pulled off an unprecedented coup by tying broadcast network ABC in…
New NBC News prez Andrew Lack no doubt scored some points with visiting TV critics Thursday when he cited his alarm over the tabloid magazine genre, calling the advent of such shows "the most…
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King World has reportedly pulled the plug on its fall 1994 development project "Criminal Justice," a"Cops"-like reality show that it had discussed with some broadcasters and station sales reps.
HBO officials were beaming Thursday over recognition from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, and the pay service's chairman & CEO, Michael Fuchs, is hoping cable operators also will take…
Katz Communications, the rep firm with the largest number of TV-station clients, has promoted Bill Carroll to VP and director of programming for the Katz Television Group.
Dutch opposition party D66 has floated a plan to restructure the country's ailing pubcasting system. In a report entitled "In Search of the Public," D66 said one of the current three public nets…