While presidential debates and baseball games continue wreaking havoc on some TV skeds, Tribune's syndie action hour "Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda" broke through the clutter, premiering with a 4.3…
Troubled Canuck TV company Cinar Corp. has inked a deal with Globe-X Management in the Bahamas to recover $50.9 million in funds that was invested offshore without board approval.
The WB teen meller "Dawson's Creek" was feted Wednesday in L.A. with a SHINE Award, for consistently exploring and promoting sexual health issues on TV. The recognition came from the Media Project, a…
The Writers Guild of America East has created an animation writers caucus, six years after the WGA West took that step.
During its second week on the air, the third hour of NBC's "Today" beat "Live! With Regis" in the key femme demo. According to data from Nielsen Media Research for the week ending Oct. 13, the…
U.S. Spanish-language broadcaster Univision has tapped John Heffron VP of affiliate relations, eastern region, and Tim Spillane veep of affiliate relations, western region..
Jan Scott, winner of more Primetime Emmys than any other production designer, has been tapped to receive the Art Directors Guild's Lifetime Achievement Award. Scott has won 11 Emmys and has been…
The "bravo!" Garry Shandling earned as host of the Emmys was apparently no joke. Weeks after Shandling's Emmy laughs prompted bidding for reruns of his HBO sitcom "The Larry Sanders Show," cable…
MTV has merged its sibling MTV2 with another music network that its owns, the Box, a move that will put the combined channel into 30 million households.
Four of the programming heads of the six broadcast networks say that Al Gore would be a better president for the TV industry than George Bush.
If kids could vote for president next month, George W. Bush would beat Al Gore by a substantial margin of 55% to 45%.