"Star Trek" supremo Rick Berman has reupped with Paramount's TV and motion picture divisions, inking a five-year, eight-figure overall deal that will keep him at the studio through the end of 2006…
Kim Niemi has been tapped senior veep of video, music and product development for NBC Enterprises.
CBS viewers like their babies, and they like 'em wacky. The premiere of talking toddler laffer "Baby Bob" attracted 15.6 million viewers, winning the 8:30 p.m. timeslot Monday night. "Bob" was second…
Downplaying the strained relationship between cablers and broadcasters as something akin to "love and marriage," National Cable & Telecom Assn. topper Robert Sachs on Tuesday made partial peace with…
NBC's landmark plan to air hard booze ads will be distilled and debated during an upcoming meeting between liquor industry reps and a key Capitol Hill solon wanting to ensure that such campaigns…
It's a brutal time for the nets' new midseason entries, but those halcyon days are back for reality TV. Debuts of Fox's "American Embassy," CBS' "Amazing Race 2," WB's "My Guide to Being a Rock Star"…
Herbert Kloiber's Teutonic TV group TeleMunchen is relaunching terrestrial web Tele 5 on April 29.
Newsroom staffers at Radio-Canada, the French CBC Television and Radio networks, may be on the picket line by Thursday.
Beleaguered La7 began broadcasting as an all-news network Monday, making it the only national channel independent of billionaire media tycoon and Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.
Quizzer "Weakest Link" has bombed in India because auds and contestants don't like the local presenter's Anne Robinson-style bitchiness.
The National Football League is trying to engineer a late-season overhaul that would beef up the lineup of ABC's "Monday Night Football"-- but execs at CBS and Fox may make ABC pay through the nose…