"We will know this Friday how close we are to going to war." That's the view of D.C. news veteran Tim Russert, who dissected the critical political issues of the day during his keynote at the monthly…
"20/20" anchor Barbara Walters will host the 62nd George Foster Peabody Awards.
Cablevision seems to be out of the doghouse, financially speaking, turning in better-than-expected earnings figures for the fourth quarter of 2002, good progress on debt reduction, and a healthy…
It wasn't a U.S. news net that scooped Al-Jazeera Tuesday in breaking word of the latest purported Osama bin Laden tape -- it was the Bush administration, which seemed eager for the tape to be played…
Troubled Canuck kids-TV producer Cinar Corp. has tapped former WWF Entertainment president Stuart Snyder as its new president and CEO.
Foreign production continued to make up the lion's share of TV and film activity in Canada's largest province in 2002, this year swelling to a whopping 61% of the industry in Ontario.
A Danish property developer jailed for fraud is hosting the first episode of "Gossip," a series of six primetime talk-shows, for commercial broadcaster TvDanmark 2.
U.K. commercial web Five announced Monday it had snapped up terrestrial TV rights to sci-fi drama, "The Dead Zone," based on Stephen King's best-selling book.
Charles Burdwick, head of U.K. cable operator Telewest, has given his strongest signal yet that it will merge with rival NTL early next year.
Score another easy knockout for reality programming, as both Fox's "Joe Millionaire" and NBC's "Fear Factor" surged to new ratings highs Monday and dominated their hours.
NBC and Fox battled to a demo draw during the first full week of the February sweep while ABC was very competitive thanks to thriller ratings for a Michael Jackson interview.