Education to Home, a direct service promoted by Indian businessman Shiva Sankaran and Sterling Group of Cos., is being scheduled for an April launch in India.
Thesp-turned-talker Charles Grodin will keep yakking on MSNBC through 2000.
The competition has stepped all over NBC's network debut of "Get Shorty," sending the Peacock to apparent second-place finishes in Nov. 16-22 primetime Nielsen results, trailing Fox in adults 18-49…
The Big Four broadcast networks are losing ground to cable not only in primetime but in latenight and daytime Saturday and Sunday.
Pax TV, the Paxson Broadcasting-owned family-oriented network, has agreed to sell about $1 million worth of time on seven of its big city TV stations to a wannabe pro basketball league that hopes to…
Broadcasters are taking a beating in the Big Apple this November. Thanks to continuing gains by cable, unseasonably fair weather and the lack of any blockbuster events, five of Gotham's six major…
Collectors of antiques, estate jewelry, baseball cards and more will soon be able to buy their collectibles on a new home shopping cable network.
Fox/Liberty Networks' Fit TV is getting a makeover, shifting from a format of wall-to-wall exercise shows to one of lifestyle programming aimed at women 18-49.
Attempts to make the Intl. Emmy Awards less centered on English language productions partially paid off Monday night when a Swedish TV movie took home top honors as best drama. It was the first time…
CBS is developing a new Columbia TriStar TV comedy created and executive produced by Larry Charles ("Seinfeld," "Mad About You") and Daniel Stern ("City Slickers," "Home Alone"). Stern will also star…
"Your Big Break," a syndie series described as karaoke meets "Star Search," is coming next year from Buena Vista TV.