An assist from fellow John Wells production "ER" has helped save the NBC drama "Third Watch."
Media.net, which enables television producers to transfer digital dailies from a production's remote location to Los Angeles, has snagged seven new television pilots as clients.
It's toss-up Tuesday at the networks this sweep, as the week's most wide-open night went to ABC this time in key demographics thanks to a pair of specials and the strongest "NYPD Blue" in three…
The Kirch Group's pay TV division filed for bankruptcy Wednesday, becoming the second major Kirch company to go bust in the past five weeks.
Adelphia Communications officially hung "for sale" signs on cable systems in Southern California, Florida and Virginia as it struggles to raise cash amid a storm of negative news and a plunging stock.
Action-adventure channel AXN has purchased international rights to the 2002 Gravity Games, an extreme sports tourney.
Kerry Stokes' Seven Network has shuttered its sports cabler C7 after failing to negotiate carriage on dominant carrier Foxtel.
Spanish telco giant Telefonica and film and TV conglom Sogecable will merge their pay TV operations, Telefonica-controlled satcaster Via Digital and Sogecable's premium paybox Canal Plus Espana and…
Robin Williams will return to HBO this summer for a live comedy event, marking his first solo TV special in more than 15 years.
After less than a year on the job, David Woodcock has ankled the top spot at Viacom-owned KCBS Los Angeles. Move comes just as Viacom is about to close its deal to purchase Young Broadcasting's…
It's clear Ozzy's bitten the head off conventional programming wisdom, but TV execs are still trying to figure out what to make of the unprecedented success of MTV's "The Osbournes" and how -- or if…