The Scripps Networks are planning to lay out more than $100 million over the next few years to turn its fourth cable network, the proposed Fine Living, into a profitable asset like Home & Garden TV…
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has tapped CNN and Showtime to receive its 2001 Governors' Award.
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In a deal that makes him the highest-salaried actor in TV history, "Frasier" star Kelsey Grammer has agreed to stay with the hit Paramount Network Television laffer through 2004 at a record fee north…
Looking to aggressively compete against CNBC in the ayem, CNN will revamp its morning show "Ahead of the Curve," cutting it to one hour of business news, beginning Monday.
Carroll O'Connor, who changed the face of American television through his portrayal of the lovable bigot Archie Bunker, died Thursday of a heart attack brought on by complications from diabetes. He…
As the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announces its slate of new leaders up for election, members are bracing for a rancorous debate.
Walt Disney is setting up Playhouse Disney, a 24-hour cable network, aimed at children 2-5. However, various observers say the preschool market is not exactly underserved.
Lifetime Television has ordered a 22-episode second season of its top-rated original drama series "The Division" for a January 2002 preem.
Cleveland rocks for another two years: ABC has sealed a $152 million deal with Warner Bros. Television to keep "The Drew Carey Show" on the web through at least 2004.
ABC's alternative series "You Don't Know Jack" got off to a decent start Wednesday, winning its hour with back-to-back episodes and helping bring more young viewers to the net.