Who wants to be a half- "Millionaire"? Boosted by a strong development slate, ABC appears ready to dramatically reduce its dependency on "Who Wants to be a Millionaire," cutting back from four weekly…
Hurt by the weak economy, the dot-com fallout and a soft scatter market, ad revenues for ABC, NBC and CBS combined were up less than 1% to $3.4 billion during the first quarter compared to the same…
"Power of Attorney's" gavel will be in new hands this fall, as Judge Andrew P. Napolitano is stepping down from the skein, this season's highest-rated new firstrun syndie strip.
Sweeps demo leader NBC scored another pair of victories on Thursday and Friday, but continues to be hounded on the former night by CBS.
The BBC's traditional victory celebrations at the BAFTA television awards were muted Sunday night when rival Channel 4 soundly beat the pubcaster.
They're not laughing as much as they used to at NBC. The Peacock's fall schedule, set to be announced today at Radio City Music Hall, includes just eight sitcoms -- the fewest since 1982.
The XFL pro-football league has folded after only one season, throwing its partners NBC and the World Wrestling Federation for a $70 million loss.
Leading Brit drama producer Gub Neal has struck a first-look deal to develop movie projects with BBC Films. Neal, who launched indie shingle Box TV last year, previously was head of drama at Channel…
JP Morgan has made an major investment in Premium TV, U.K. cabler NTL's sports programming subsid.
A live version of "Teletubbies" is skedded to tour the U.S. in spring 2002.