A spate of syndie shows are bracing for a chilly summer. And if the Nielsen national syndication barter rankings for the week ended June 13 are any indication, it's going to be a long three months.
LIN Television Corp. is pledging to donate a "major portion" of the cash it receives via retransmission consent negotiations with cable operators to community service projects and educational…
For the second year in a row, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences will postpone for two weeks announcing names of eligible executive producers and producers qualified to receive recognition for…
CBS News president Eric Ober and CBS/Broadcast Group president Howard Stringer announced Wednesday that Ed Bradley, "60 Minutes" co-editor, will be staying with CBS News. His contract is rumored to…
Boston University signed an agreement to buy local station WQTV from a subsidiary of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, for $ 3.8 million, university officials said Wednesday.
The FCC Wednesday postponed today's scheduled vote on whether home shopping TV stations are entitled to assured carriage on cable systems.
Warner Bros. and Time Inc. Wednesday unveiled their long-awaited six-day-a-week fall 1994 co-venture newsmag project, dubbed "Entertainment News Television."
Twenty-seven writers have been chosen as finalists in this year's Humanitas Awards, given for work that communicates human values in television programming. Of the networks, ABC received the most…
Several TV-broadcast stocks got hammered Wednesday on Wall Street as investors began anguishing over the increasingly gloomy advertising market.
Some of the nation's top banks have fired off a letter to the FCC warning of bankruptcies and tighter credit in the cable industry unless cable rate regulation rules are modified.