Action in the Outback, on the hardwood and in the crime lab helped CBS score ratings victories last week in both total viewers and key adult demos.
A consortium led by state-run Korea Telecom is facing the daunting challenge of getting a direct satellite broadcasting service off the ground by the end of the year. KT won the national license in…
CNN's prodigal son returns. Lou Dobbs, who ankled the news cabler two years ago after a disagreement with management, will return as anchor and managing editor of "Moneyline News Hour," the financial…
The 1973 tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs was hardly a pivotal moment in sports history, matching as it did a female athlete in her prime and a 55-year-old, overweight hustler…
Remember all that talk about not advertising R-rated pics on TV programming with youthful auds? Turns out that kids can still catch such spots during the early primetime hours -- if they're sports…
ABC is hoping McDonald's patrons want to be millionaires. The Alphabet web has pacted with the fast-food giant in a multimillion dollar "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" national promotion to run April…
Only the hyperactive minds of Vince McMahon's gaggle of scriptwriters could've come up with the idea of a dynastic competition between Vince and his son Shane over the mock-rival wrestling leagues…
Relations between the networks and the National Assn. of Broadcasters became even more strained Tuesday as NBC said it would boycott altogether NAB's annual confab in Las Vegas later this month.
There was some extra bounce in CBS' ratings for the NCAA men's basketball tournament, and it may not have been just because of the action on the hardwood.
Pax TV averaged a 1 rating in primetime for the first quarter of 2001 on the strength of its 8 p.m. checkerboard of original hourlong series such as "Doc," "Mysterious Ways" and "Encounters With the…
The reality wave has washed ashore at Lifetime, which will set up a digital 24-hour-network clone called Lifetime Real Women, to kick off sometime this summer.