Merry Christmas, Peter Jennings. Well, maybe. Even though the 66-year-old Jennings is the last anchor who hasn't been weighed, this may turn out to be a disadvantage.
Christmas has come early for British television's increasingly confident and well-resourced band of independent producers.
What a drag! TBS and producer Evolution Film & Tape are being sued for $3 million by non-pros John Phillips and Derek Gerard, who say producers stole their idea for a cross-dressing reality show.
Voiceover: OK, I admit it: Like many Americans, I have occasionally taken refuge in the Laci Peterson story, especially as dissected every-which-way by scrappy cablers.
Discovery Travel & Living's Asia launch on Jan. 1 is more than just a channel rebrand, it's a strategic shift toward lifestyle programming outside the U.S.
CBS is on a roll this fall, and it doesn't figure to be derailed anytime soon thanks to a strong core of young skeins.
Scandinavian powerhouse Nordisk Film and Denmark's largest commercial channel TV2/Danmark have partnered to deliver TV2 Sputnik, Denmark's first broadband-on-demand TV service.
Just for Variety: "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," which was shut down for six shooting days due to Vincent D'Onofrio's hospitalization for exhaustion, was back onstage Tuesday with D'Onofrio…
Another strong outing by "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" powered NBC to victory in key demos Tuesday, while CBS reality series "The Amazing Race" again performed well, according to preliminary…
Howard Stern is about to get birds-and-bees education on what's indecent -- whether he likes it or not. Wiping the slate mostly clean, Viacom on Tuesday agreed to pay the FCC a record $3.5 million to…