Figures on Spanish TV shares for 2000 confirmed most predictions but raised a huge question: What can match "Big Brother"?
NBC has made the latest salvo in the burgeoning Thursday night war this midseason, pulling the frosh laffer "The Weber Show" off the air during February sweeps, as expected.
The major studios can officially start breaking out the champagne: Another general-entertainment cable net, Viacom's TNN, has agreed to pony up a total of $10 million to buy a basic-cable window to…
All hail the new kings of the "Hill": Jonathan Aibel and Glenn Berger have been upped to executive producers and showrunners on animated 20th Century Fox TV laffer "King of the Hill," which also has…
Broadcast and cable networks and a sports league have joined the Motion Picture Assn. of America fight for digital copy protection and a say-so in how to stop programming piracy.
An appealing idea gone way off track, Showtime's "The Sports Pages" is an empty-calorie look at the lives behind the headlines. Milking a pair of vignettes for nostalgia, the cabler blends reality…
Blockbuster Inc. and Enron Broadband Services have selected Motorola to manufacture the set-top box the companies will use in their video-on-demand service.
Cablevision Systems is postponing its shareholder vote on a spinoff of Rainbow Media yet again from this Friday to Feb. 2 as it tries to sell the unit and its stable of prime cable networks to the…
Chris Craft/United Television's "HouseCalls" has become the first official casualty among the crop of new firstrun strips this TV season. Chris Craft has pulled the plug on the reality show, which is…
Both CBS News and NBC News acknowledged Thursday that numerous mistakes were made on election night and proposed changes so that it won't happen again. In an 87-page internal report, CBS News took…
The merging AOL / Time Warner will be under government orders to open its cable systems to Internet service providers that compete with AOL, so it may be no coincidence that TW has named Chris Bogart…