NBC Enterprises has cleared its new, syndicated firstrun reality series "Starting Over" on the NBC O&Os and stations from the Hearst-Argyle group for a fall 2003 launch.
The Caucus for Television Producers, Writers & Directors on Thursday said that a Federal Communications Commission study concluding that there is plenty of diversity on the airwaves is based on…
Dr. Phil McGraw, star of the freshman syndie series "Dr. Phil," has extended his contract on the show for two more years.
The nation's two rival TV academies -- which had grown closer and even talked of reunification in recent years -- have erupted into a war of words Thursday over the proposed Latin Emmys.
Apparently the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn.'s Golden Globe voters didn't get a chance to watch much television this fall.
USA Today publisher and TV operator Gannett is trying to leverage the brand of its national newspaper -- the most circulated daily in the country -- by starting a national cable network featuring…
"The Amazing Race 3" hit the finish line a winner for CBS on Wednesday, even though this edition fell below last spring's ratings levels.
The CBS pilot "Culture Shock" has become the latest reality entry to land in potentially hot water.
Universal Studios is in advanced discussions with the BBC to produce a U.S. version of the Beeb's hit "mocusoap" "The Office."
Rupert Murdoch's Star Group has pacted with China's Hunan Broadcast Group, formalizing their relationship and enhancing Star's expansion into the lucrative territory.
Fox Home Entertainment has inked a deal with kids producer DIC Entertainment to help relaunch American Greetings' 1980s "Strawberry Shortcake" franchise next year.