With the broadcast networks having unveiled their fall schedules at last month's upfront presentations in Gotham, it is now time to dust off the showbiz crystal ball to try to forecast which nets may…
Fox Kids may stay home. Insiders indicate that News Corp. and Haim Saban, which together own Fox Family Worldwide, are likely to separate the children's block from the rest of the Fox Family package…
More change is in the works at the WB network. Kate Juergens, the Frog's senior VP of comedy and drama programming, has decided to ankle, following the confirmed departure of WB Entertainment…
TNT’s “Witchblade” was not basic cable’s highest-rated summer drama series launch. The show had a 2.7 rating, or 2.185 million homes. Information was incorrect in Thursday’s paper. * * * Walter…
Members of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have voted in veteran board member Anne Gartlan as president of the New York local over incumbent Elaine LeGaro.
Univision Communications is acquiring Raycom Media's Puerto Rican subsid WLII/WSUR, marking its entry into the key Hispanic market. Financial terms were not disclosed.
"Shrek" producer John Williams is bringing his fairy tale touch to Berlin, inking a multipic production and development agreement with local animator Greenlight Media.
CNN is restructuring its management team to fill the void left by the departure of veteran exec Gail Evans, who retired last week.
In the wake of recent layoffs, Pearson Television has announced another wave of executive promotions within its international and enterprises division, newly formed by the recent merger of Pearson…
PBS and the Corp. for Public Broadcasting have teamed with Carlton Intl. Media to set up a new programming production fund that will add $20 million to the National Program Service, PBS' main feed…
The Sixers weren't the only big losers Wednesday night. Opposite stiff competish from game four of the NBA Finals, ABC's long-delayed journo drama "The Beast" got positively mauled, according to…