CBS led the way in nominations for the first American Television Awards -- the ABC May sweeps special that raised the hackles of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, which presents the…
Viacom has purchased a leading video-game company, giving a boost to its fledgling effort into interactive media. The giant cable programmer bought ICOM Simulations, a Wheeling (Ill.)-based game…
Roseanne and Tom Arnold, striking a more conciliatory pose, issued a statement Thursday saying their William Morris Agency reps remain in discussions with ABC "and we are hopeful everything will be…
Arleen Sorkin, the former co-host on ABC's "America's Funniest People," has slapped the show's producer with a racial discrimination suit, saying that he let her go because she was white.
KCBS-TV found itself cast as the villain for a few hours Thursday in the Rodney G. King beating trial.
Cable News Network today will announce a major push into Africa, with new distribution deals for its international service in five countries across the continent.
It's April, so it must be Mip-TV. The traveling circus that is the international TV distribution business has arrived in Cannes for the 30th anniversary edition of the Marche International des…
The cable industry's bid to block implementation of must-carry rules until the U.S. Supreme Court decides on their constitutionality was denied in U.S. District Court Thursday.
German private web RTL has inked a three-year, 250 million mark ($ 156 million) deal with Dutch production company JE Entertainment. JE's Cologne office has long supplied RTL with much of the web's…
"Late Night With"... Conan O'Brien? NBC is going down to the wire with its choice for a host to replace David Letterman, with O'Brien -- a producer on "The Simpsons" and former writer for "Saturday…