Court TV prexy and chief operating officer Dick Beahrs will retire at the end of the year.
ABC "This Week" exec producer Jon Banner is leaving the troubled show to run "World News Tonight With Peter Jennings."
It was a bloody weekend for CBS' two burn-off laffers, as Eye execs plugged a pacifier in "Baby Bob" and launched impeachment proceedings against "Charlie Lawrence."
Whiz kid helmer-scribe Damian Szifron's private-eye series "Los Simuladores" (The Simulators) is topping the ratings in its second season on broadcaster Telefe.
It's been a long, slow march towards digital TV in Australia, but the government is hoping a high-definition programming quota that starts today will speed up the upgrade from analog.
Protests from Chinese-American groups have caused the Fox Movie Channel to cancel a planned summerlong festival of 22 "Charlie Chan" detective movies produced by 20th Century Fox.
CBS News exec Lyne Pitts, who helped fashion the new rendition of the "The Early Show," has been tapped to serve as senior broadcast producer on the Eye's evening newscast.
Corinna Scholz has been promoted to director of programming at Universal Studios Networks Deutschland.
U.S. TV advertising revenue is predicted to grow by 2.9% this year, according to U.K. media planning and buying giant Zenith Optimedia, but the future looks bleak in Blighty.
The bitter and protracted wrangle between Tony Blair's government and the BBC over its report about a "sexed up" Iraq intelligence dossier shows no sign of subsiding.
Now that the contestants on "Big Brother 4" have been safely sequestered, producers today will reveal a new twist on the CBS reality show's traditional format.