Samuel Goldwyn TV has signed former CBS baseball producer Ric LaCivita to serve as producer of “American Gladiators,” which is entering its sixth season. The company has also cleared its “Samuel…
Charles Kuralt announced that he'll retire from his work at CBS News effective May 1, ending a 37-year affiliation with the network.
Broadcasters accused of overcharging politicians for campaign ads can heave a sigh of relief: The FCC does not appear inclined to levy big penalties against those stations facing complaints.
CBS will give Norman Lear's newest comedy, "704 Hauser Street," a crack at the web's Monday lineup beginning April 11.
Name a sports league that has no schedule of games, no teams, no players and no stadiums -- but does have a cable and network television contract. Try Major League Soccer.
Comcast Corp., the nation's fourth-largest cable operator, increased revenues and operating cash flow for the year ended Dec. 31 in the face of cable rate freezes and regulations that reduced…
Ellen Weston wrote the CBS telepic “Sin and Redemption”; her name was incorrect in Tuesday’s review.
Brian Lowry: Changing Channels
CBS has confirmed plans to bring "Late Show With David Letterman" to Los Angeles the week of May 9-13, as reported (Daily Variety, Jan. 31).
The Motion Picture Sound Editors released their nominees for the Golden Reel Awards in television Tuesday.
Bill Cosby has donated a building worth $ 1.8 million to theNational Council of Negro Women. The four-story building is in the fashionable northwest section of Washington, D.C. Cosby’s publicist…