Steve Harris, who plays defense attorney Eugene Young on the ABC hit "The Practice," had no intention of getting up at 5:30 a.m. to watch the Emmy nominee announcements. But in his blurry-eyed state…
Like for most major awards, E! Entertainment Network takes to the airwaves early on Sept. 12 with 10 hours of live coverage while Fox will offer a one-hour pre-show.
When you are a network that relies on pledge breaks and corporate sponsorship for survival, the money left over to promote programs and individuals for Emmy consideration can probably fit in Kermit…
Nothing beats a gold statuette, but a sparkling glass of Moet & Chandon, a Maine lobster salad and a Wolfgang Puck handshake sure aren't bad consolation prizes.
UPN Gotham flagship WWOR will shift gears in latenight this fall, bumping its sitcom lineup in order to strip off-net repeats of "Star Trek: Voyager" at 11:30 p.m.
Among fans of quality television, it seems that everybody does love Raymond.
-- Bertelsmann and Kirch have won a tug of war with Rupert Murdoch's TM3 over German soccer legend Franz Beckenbauer.
The BBC is facing a legal battle from the U.K.'s commercial broadcasters to block proposals for a digital TV license fee.
Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg are location scouting in Prague this week for the HBO/DreamWorks miniseries "Band of Brothers."
Front Row, a cable pay-per-view venture, is poised to launch on digital terrestrial TV, a move that would up the ante in its battle with Sky Box Office, satcaster BSkyB's PPV service.
CME has entered into talks with regional channel Galaxie to act as a service provider.