After years of false starts, interactive TV is expected to get the jumpstart it's been looking for this year.
Those attending the annual National Assn. of Broadcasters confab found a sure thing Sunday in this city of gamblers: the Federal Communications Commission believes the rules governing the TV biz are…
Twentieth Television has licensed the repeats of former HBO series "Tales From the Crypt" to AMC, which is expected to add the creep fest to its sked in January.
HBO has suspended production on the fifth season of its series "Sex and the City" and has tentatively pushed the show's season premiere from June to July.
Maybe ABC should have given its midseason laffer "Wednesday 9:30 (8:30 Central)" another name: Two and out.
The WB has tapped TV producer-director Beth Einhorn ("The Chris Rock Show") as VP, alternative programming, and upped Jessica Pinto to VP, programming and scheduling, for the Frog's kiddie arm, Kids'…
In delivering the first NAB Digital Cinema keynote, producer-director Scott Billups declared that this year's edition of NAB is about the context -- the shifting away from the technology to the…
Changes are afoot on both sides of the camera at longtime ABC sudser "General Hospital."
Barrie Usher, CEO of troubled Canuck kids TV producer Cinar, has notified the board that he will be resigning after nearly two years on the job.
In a sign that digital cable networks are beginning to make an impact despite their limited circulation, the New York Times Co. has purchased a 50% stake in the Discovery Civilization Channel for…
The Avnet/Kerner Co. is no more. After 16 years, 15 feature films and 14 television projects together, Jordan Kerner and Jon Avnet have decided to go their separate ways.