In its first indecency rulings under chairman Kevin J. Martin, the Federal Communications Commission gave the Eye a shiner and appeared to toughen indecency standards for all broadcasters as well as…
Ricki Lake has signed on to host CBS's upcoming retro quizfest "Game Show Marathon"-- and she's getting more than a lifetime supply of Rice-a-Roni for her efforts.
A spat has erupted over whether pubcaster the Australian Broadcasting Corp. should be forced to run commercials.
Psychic John Edward's TV career has risen from the dead in this slightly altered version of "Crossing Over." Here, the medium not only "reads" from crowds at events but personally follows up with the…
French-Teutonic weblet Arte nabbed five trophies from Germany's Adolf Grimme Institut, which on Wednesday announced its 42nd annual awards for sophisticated TV productions.
Not to speak ill of the half-dead, but "Modern Men" is a prime example of why the WB has struggled to establish an identity in comedy. A nondescript sitcom that's little more than a three-man version…
Another two-hour edition of "American Idol" carried Fox to an easy primetime ratings victory Tuesday night, but CBS held up very well with its military-set drama duo of "NCIS" and "The Unit."
In its first foray into television, Microsoft has joined with production company 4Kids to create a vidgame-TV project that will air on Fox and play on Xbox 360.
Dope comedy "Weeds" beat "Desperate Housewives" and "Lost" to clinch the international award at the Royal Television Society's program awards, held March 14.
Tim Hincks will replace Dawn Airey as executive chair of the MediaGuardian Edinburgh International Television Festival.