Seventeen magazine has inked a deal with the WB Television Network to produce a series of one-hour specials, with the first slated to air Sept. 8.
And here's the way it is: Walter Cronkite is headed back to the anchor desk -- but not for CBS.
The NBC Peacock still rules the primetime roost in adults 18-49, but in households this rerun season, NBC's lead has evaporated to virtually nothing.
British Digital Broadcasting has changed its name to Ondigital, in preparation for its launch this fall as the world's first digital terrestrial pay-TV service.
Chris Rock has hired the talent agent Joan Fields to run the TV side of Chris Rock Enterprises.
USA Networks has handed over the programming reins of the Sci-Fi Channel to Bonnie Hammer, a nine-year veteran of the company who helped turn USA's Monday-night "World Wrestling Federation" series…
Fran Drescher, star of "The Nanny," has created the company Uh-Oh Prods. to produce a half-hour comedy pilot for MTV called "Daytrippers."
DreamWorks Television has inked a holding deal with tyro thesp Andy Comeau.
Eye web execs have tentatively decided to counterprogram NBC's Emmycast with the broadcast premiere of Martin Scorsese's ultraviolent Mafia pic "Goodfellas."
Scott Bairstow, who starred in the Fox drama "Significant Others," has joined the cast of Fox's "Party of Five."
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