Despite organizers attempts to widen the net to include more non-English lingo programs, the British came away with the six International Emmys Monday night during a gala ceremony.
Fox apparently finds "That '70s Show" groovy. Very groovy. The network has picked up two full years of the Carsey-Werner laffer, which will guarantee it a spot on the air until at least 2002.
Tribune Co. announced Monday it will purchase UPN affil WTXX-TV Hartford, Conn. -- the third duopoly for the company.
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This week's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"/"Angel" crossover stunt captures all of the emotional highs and lows that one comes to expect around the holidays -- and sweeps. Granted it's a stunt in the…
Pax TV, the struggling family-oriented broadcast network, will get a boost in the bottom line following an agreement with the Peacock to tap into NBC's high-octane sales operation.
Jon Stewart wasn't laughing much at Comedy Central's "Millennium Party," sponsored by the comedian's "Daily Show."
High-profile British industryites rallied at the U.K. consul general's residence in Hancock Park to launch "Britain -- The Big Picture," a promotional DVD guide to film and TV production in Blighty.
Discovery Communications and ZDF Enterprises, the commercial arm of the German pubcaster ZDF, have agreed to extend their collaborative partnership.
Viewer's Choice, the dominant pay-per-view distributor in the U.S., will celebrate New Year's Eve with the Artist Formerly Known as Prince.
The Arena Football League, which is beginning its 14th year, has scored its best TV deal yet, signing a contract with TNN that will give the league its first regular weekly primetime exposure.