Actor, director and TV editor Ed Cotter, who won an Emmy for editing "Happy Days," died Feb. 16 in Torrance, Calif.
Ed McMahon, former sidekick to Johnny Carson on "Tonight" and a familiar TV commercial pitchman, was hospitalized in intensive care, a spokesman said Friday.
Various explanations were offered when "ER" burst onto the scene, with many convinced that the medical drama's instant popularity owed as much to real-life fear and frustration as racing gurneys.
Interactive, online programming is red-hot in China and teens are flocking to watch "Sufei's Diary," the local adaptation of Portuguese Web format "Sofia's Diary."
Weighed down by shrinking ad revs and $10.8 billion debt, Hispanic media giant Univision pinkslipped some 300 employees today, roughly 6% of its workforce.
TV Azteca saw some sunshine, while its giant rival Televisa saw almost none, as the respective No. 2 and No. 1 national broadcasters gave sharply contrasting fourth-quarter 2008 results Thursday.
Two of Eastern Europe's leading commercial TV networks have defied the worldwide economic recession and reported strong full year results for 2008.
Tom Fontana has been tapped to pen a series about the notorious Borgia clan that Chris Albrecht will exec produce for Gallic production shingle Lagardere Entertainment and Canal Plus.
Barely six months after joining the company, Gene Stein has been upped to head of TV at BermanBraun.
Before heading to the "Tonight Show," Conan O'Brien ended his "Late Night" career on a high note Friday, exiting the 12:35 a.m. NBC skein with his biggest audience since January 2005.
Marking the final step in an arduous journey to be rid of cable systems, Time Warner set March 27 as the date of the spinoff of its Time Warner Cable stake.