Dick Ebersol is starting to work the phones again. The NBC Universal Sports chairman is still unable to walk, colleagues said, but he is expected to return to work later this year, a positive sign…
Advertisers beware: When reruns of a successful network primetime series hit syndication, ratings for original episodes almost invariably take a nose dive.
China's TV regulator is looking for good, locally produced animated programs. The State Administration of Radio, Film & Television announced Jan. 11 that it is seeking nominations from municipal and…
ABC's latest get-there-second British import truly suffers from a sense of deja view, with not even a dime's worth of difference between this nanny-saves-the-day concept and Fox's "Nanny 911." Both…
The MTV Asia Awards is being renamed MTV Asia Aid for its Feb. 3 edition, which will benefit Unicef's Asian tsunami disaster relief fund.
The reality TV bubble has burst, but that's no reason for the small-screen's scribe tribe to start breaking out the Dom. Sure, the past six months have seen a series of flameouts on the unscripted…
Sifting through last week's viewing menu unearthed seven shows with "celebrity" in the title, promiscuously affixing the term to "Blackjack," "Diets," "Fit Club," "Golf," "Poker Showdown" and…
Two years ago their operation didn't even exist, but a pair of veteran syndicators named Mort Marcus and Ira Bernstein are on a roll that would make some of the major-studio TV divisions envious.
It's hard to remember a net as consistent and workmanlike in its performance as CBS in 2004, capped by the net's historic November sweep victory.
Fresh-faced Rodolphe Belmer is easily France's most youthful-looking TV topper. But then he is only 35. His youth and lack of TV experience were two reasons why Gaul's media establishment frankly…
Bombing raids, tsunamis, floods, emergency military airlifts -- what sounds like the latest news headlines is, in fact, a lineup of TV pics and miniseries coming soon to German TV.