HBO has given a 13-week renewal to "The Chris Rock Show," with new episodes skedded to air Friday nights beginning Sept. 12.
In a major breakthrough in talks over a new TV content code, V-chip sire Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) has signed a letter agreeing to a three-year moratorium on writing new laws targeting television…
Nominations for the "49th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards" will be announced July 24 at 5:35 a.m. at the Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre in the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences complex in North…
David Nichols has been named executive producer of NBC's "Caroline in the City" for the upcoming season, sources said.
Trans World Intl., the TV arm of sports management/marketing giant Intl. Management Group, has acquired the TV assets of San Francisco-based Golden Gate Prods.
Randy Levinson has been upped from VP to senior VP, creative affairs, for Universal Television Entertainment, a post that will find him continuing to oversee development of original made-for-cable…
Steven Levitan, executive producer of the NBC sitcom "Just Shoot Me," has signed an exclusive, four-year development deal with 20th Century Fox.
In a series of moves designed to streamline the company's operations, 12-year-old Sandollar Prods. is combining its film and TV divisions, dropping its longtime TV prexy Gail Berman into an advisory…
The Discop '97 TV programming market held here June 26-28 attracted a record 260 buyers from 20 countries and spawned enough deals to reinforce its reputation as the foremost such trade show in the…
CBS Sports inked an unusual seven-year contract extension for the PGA Championship, but the new links pact comes with a substantial price hike.
Showtime is fighting mad after five cable networks aired the controversial Mike Tyson-Evander Holyfield boxing match in its entirety despite the pay TV company's exclusive rights to the June 28 bout.