Warner Bros. Television is playing musical chairs with its development toppers, tapping a pair of veteran execs to serve as head of comedy and drama development for the studio.
From aging rocker to embattled Playmate: The first new cable bio series to follow MTV's hit "The Osbournes" will center on Anna Nicole Smith.
Gil Bellows is exiting the cast of CBS drama "The Agency," while David E. Kelley is looking to add characters to the casts of his Fox dramas "The Practice" and "Boston Public."
For the fifth straight year, Nick was the Saturday morning winner among kids 2-11, thanks in part to top-rated "SpongeBob SquarePants."
The National Basketball Assn., eager to draw in more Hispanics as fans, has signed a deal with the Latino Broadcasting Co. that will funnel the 2002 Championship Finals to more than 100 Spanish-lingo…
Comedy Central has signed Ray Giacopelli to take charge of its research operation.
KTLA journo Warren Wilson has been honored with the Los Angeles Press Club's 2002 Joseph M. Quinn Award for Journalistic Excellence and Distinction.
Thirteen/WNET and Kunhardt Prods. have enlisted "The Today Show" co-anchor Katie Couric, General Electric, a bevy of Hollywood stars and President George W. Bush to participate in upcoming series…
Troubled Canadian kids TV producer Cinar posted net earnings of C$1.9 million ($1.2 million) for the first quarter, compared with a loss of $4.8 million in the same period last year.
Some wild comebacks in competitive series helped boost the ratings for NBC's coverage of the NBA's conference finals over the weekend.
The lineup of exhibitors at Telemesse, Germany's main trade show for television advertising, was announced Tuesday.