The National Assn. of Broadcasters blasted TV Marti on Thursday as a "Rube Goldberg operation" no longer deserving of government support.
Plans to do some Malibu location filming for Universal's "seaQuest DSV" nearly ran aground Thursday after one of the beachside residents cried foul over the prospect of late-night gunfire and…
"Late Show With David Letterman" is joining the ranks of American talkshows making inroads into TV markets abroad.
In 1994 America, it's the mall -- not the mountain -- that comes to Mohammed. In the latest move to refit traditional business for the supposedly imminent high-tech future, Home Shopping Network will…
U.S. Supreme Court justices weighed in skeptically Wednesday during oral arguments over the constitutionality of a law that forces cable operators to reserve as much as a third of their channels for…
Although the Carsey-Werner Co. owns the ABC hit "Roseanne," exec producer Tom Arnold reiterated the company's position that no deals will be made without consulting him and wife Roseanne Arnold, the…
Creative Artists Agency and N.S. Bienstock, a premier talent agency for TV news talent, have formed a joint venture. The agreement gives the New York-based Bienstock, whose clients include Dan…
Fox Broadcasting Co. will flop "America's Most Wanted" with the newsmagazine "Front Page," with the felon-catching hour moving to its new 9 p.m. Saturday slot Jan. 22.
Channel 4, Britain's second commercial web, will for the first time handle its own program sales to broadcasters and distributors in the United States, it announced Wednesday.
Warner Bros. has become the first company to market a TV series using self-running interactive computer programming.
Comedienne Rita Rudner has signed an exclusive development deal with Columbia Pictures Television. Together with her husband and writing partner, Martin Bergman, the Certs pitchwoman plans to create…