If it's a compliment to be replaced by more than one person, the rampant speculation about who will succeed Kerry McCluggage should have the former Paramount Television Group chairman blushing.
ABC and MGM are teaming to produce a two-hour telepic sequel to the studio's hit 1980 musical feature "Fame."
While most of the TV biz is crying poverty, CBS supremo Leslie Moonves says the Eye has no plans to start playing slash-and-burn when it comes to production budgets or license fees for new series.
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Longtime DreamWorks Television programming execs Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey have been upped to co-heads of the indie studio.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' board of governors is considering changing its rules following last month's dismissal of org prexy Jim Chabin.
Wednesday's telecast of the 29th annual "American Music Awards" -- which featured Michael Jackson receiving a special award but not performing -- delivered impressive ratings for ABC.
Pamela Wisne has resigned as prexy of David E. Kelley Prods., which produces the TV series "Ally McBeal," "The Practice" and "Boston Public."
NHK Intl., an arm of the NHK group, Japan's biggest TV conglomerate, is gaining ground in India.
If MTV Networks and Showtime have their way, there will be more gay characters on TV in the near future.
In the battle of the network clones, score one for Fox. After learning that ABC plans to bow its new quizzer "The Chair" on Tuesday, Fox execs decided to move up the premiere of their similarly…
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