The future is interactive TV (iTV) -- but it's still a long way off in Asia, according to key industry players at the June 18-21 Broadcast Asia 2001 confab.
News industry insiders scoffed when Jamie Kellner was charged with restoring luster to the tarnished jewel in the Turner crown.
Now's a great time to be a TV comedy star. With networks and studios having a tough time lately launching new laffer hits, established comedy successes -- and their stars -- are more valuable than…
After an early upset opened the door for potentially blockbuster ratings, the NBA Finals on NBC had to settle for merely the best numbers since Michael Jordan hung up his Nikes. But nobody's…
The syndication version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" continues to astonish the industry, racking up station deals at a fast clip even though it does not yet have a host and won't hit the…
A Hispanic screenwriter seeking $138 million has filed a third amended federal complaint against CBS and the Writers Guild of America West over allegations of discrimination and harassment.
In its premiere Monday, Fox Family Channel's nostalgic family drama "State of Grace" delivered the best debut numbers for an original series in the history of the network, garnering a 2.2 rating in…
After being passed over for the top programming job at VH1 when Jeff Gaspin resigned four months ago, Lauren Zalaznick, senior VP, original programming and production, has ankled her post at the…
Restructuring its TV division after reducing staff by 50% and dismissing its managing director, Denmark's Nordisk Film TV has appointed Lars Mandal and Carsten Lindegaard as joint CEOs.
Australia's Beyond Intl. has sealed a deal to secure Oz/New Zealand rights to Netherlands-based TV producer IDTV's formats.