Pax TV will finally get its family-oriented network programs into Pittsburgh, signing a deal with AT&T, whose 13 Pittsburgh cable systems will start running the Pax schedule July 5.
TV, film and commercial production contributed $5 billion to the Gotham economy in 1999, according to a surprising study released Tuesday by the New York City Investment Fund and the Gotham…
Two-hour ayem show "WB11 Morning News" preemed Monday on Tribune Broadcasting's WPIX Channel 11 to a notably strong 1.8 average Neilsen rating and 6 average share -- a rise of 38% over its main…
"Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery" is still showing plenty of mass-audience potency three years after its release, scoring a 4.2 primetime rating in cable homes on TBS this past Sunday…
The WB has made a put pilot commitment to Bill Bellamy, inking the comic-thesp to develop and star in a comedy for the 2001-02 season.
Procter & Gamble, bent on shaking up the skidding ratings of its 48-year-old "The Guiding Light" CBS daytime soap, has hired veteran Claire Labine to take over as head writer.
Former "Mad About You" and "Seinfeld" scribe Larry Charles has inked a deal to serve as exec producer of Fox's midseason laffer "The Tick."
Digital video recording service TiVo, Inc. is launching an interactive TV program this month that will also incorporate short films from Netcaster iFilm.
CNBC senior correspondent Allan Chernoff has ankled the network to join CNNfn as senior correspondent, effective immediately.
Shaq and Co. have put the Peacock back atop the weekly ratings perch for the first time since January. Behind three high-rated NBA conference final games, including Sunday's nail-biting clincher in…
Committing to another miniseries, Showtime has given the go-ahead to "It's a Girl Thing," a comedy-drama featuring an ensemble cast, including Linda Hamilton, Rebecca De Mornay and Stockard Channing.