In one scene of UPN's new hospital-set chill-fest "All Souls," a beautiful blond woman leads our hunky hero physician into the basement, where she promptly transforms into a corpse. This…
In another sign of the changing regulatory climate, the Federal Communications Commission passed up a chance to challenge a court ruling striking down a key cable ownership cap.
For the first time, TV and film script-writers and programmers marched in Rome last week to protest against pubcaster RAI's increased use of TV formats acquired outside the group rather than…
A tip for Diane Sawyer: Cancel your next vacation. With Sawyer out for the week and viewers snoozing late because of daylight saving time, ABC News' "Good Morning America" posted its lowest household…
Mortimer Zuckerman is ready and willing to make a bid for the New York Post if News Corp. is forced to sell, and he promised to keep the tabloid editorially independent from his own New York Daily…
A batch of complicated negotiations is under way that could end up giving Fox Cable complete control of the Speedvision cable network and handing Comcast Corp. full ownership of the Golf Channel and…
Spanish-lingo net Telemundo said talker "Laura en America" was the top-rated show among adults 18-34 in its slot in key U.S. markets during the most recent February sweeps period, Jan. 29-Feb. 25.
TNT has greenlit production on "Framed," a psychological thriller starring Rob Lowe. "Chocolat" producers David Brown and Kit Golden will exec produce, along with Lynda La Plante ("Prime Suspect")…
Programming exec Donna Harrison is joining Tribune Entertainment Co. in the post of senior VP of unscripted and reality programming.
A Swiss court has started bankruptcy proceedings against the world's second-largest sports marketing group, ISMM. The Swiss-based group -- whose subsid ISL Worldwide holds international rights to the…