ABC, NBC and Fox execs walked out of a NAACP hearing on minority representation in TV on Monday after the org shuffled their scheduled testimony to later in the day.
Primed to pick up its first sweeps crown in five years, ABC will announce this week its long-term plans for "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire."
It was in April of 1991 that NBC rolled out a two-night miniseries entitled "Switched at Birth" that dramatized the true story of Kimberly Mays and Arlena Twigg, children who were unwittingly…
Twentieth Television is capitalizing on the success of gavel-strip "Divorce Court" with the sale of fellow-courtshow "Power of Attorney" to Fox O&Os for a fall 2000 launch.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. has inked a deal that grants NBC exclusive live interviews at the upcoming Golden Globes pre-show, and set off a firestorm in the process.
CBS has found that Julie Andrews and James Garner can be worth more than three "Millionaires."
One year after becoming an ad-supported network, Bravo has picked up 12 million subscribers and will close 1999 with 50 million homes, the company announced last week.
Pacific Digital Media, Taiwan's first licensed DTH service, launched Nov. 15 with 30 channels.
Japan's Ministry of Post and Telecommunications has announced that it hopes to establish a common receiver for communication and broadcast satellites as well as terrestrial digital TV signals.
Web heads skip NAACP The networks have determined who will attend the public hearing the NAACP is holding Monday, and the group’s leaders may be disappointed. CBS Television CEO Leslie Moonves will…
"Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" has ended its scheduled November run, and now it's time for ABC to sweat a little. With record Nielsens for its final planned November seg, last Wednesday's…