A surprisingly detailed tour of the rise of Fidel Castro, Showtime's "Fidel" is exceptionally convincing moment to moment and manages to capture the combination of showmanship and sharp intelligence…
Canale5, flagship channel of media mogul and Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi's Mediaset group, has beaten pubcaster RAI1 in primetime for the first time in many years.
It's the Dawn of a new day at UPN. CBS Television topper Leslie Moonves, who snagged oversight of the Viacom weblet last month, has tapped Lifetime programming exec VP Dawn Tarnofsky-Ostroff to serve…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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Buoyed by impressive weekend results for "Black Hawk Down," Hollywood lit agents are testing the waters with material widely considered untouchable a few months back: stories of Sept. 11.
Forget the competish for station clearances between syndie strips like Disney's "Wayne Brady" and Warners' "Caroline Rhea." The real one-upsmanship Tuesday at the NATPE tradeshow in Vegas was between…
"Homicide: Life on the Street" scribe-producer Paul Attanasio is headed back to a life of crime with CBS, while Fox has given the final greenlight to the McG-helmed "Fast Lane."
Connie Chung is jumping from ABC News to CNN, where she'll anchor a new one-hour primetime show. The hire is good news for the cable news net, which earlier this month lost Greta Van Susteren to…
"Nikki" is no more.
After 50 years with the National Football League as a player, coach and broadcaster, Pat Summerall will step down as John Madden's broadcasting partner on Fox after Super Bowl XXXVI.
According to the NATPE interactive panel, a TV can be found in 98% of the country's homes and, since TV is the prime delivery system for entertaiment and information, the time is right to discuss…
The corridors of the NATPE confab resonated with the belly-aching of TV distributors, frustrated by the no-show of a number of TV station execs who traditionally come to buy their shows.