Al Bundy, the Nanny and Danny Partridge on NBC? It could happen, thanks to a Columbia TriStar Domestic Television skein in the works in which a sketch comedy troupe would revive a single episode of a…
Bob Costas could end up as the first major sports broadcaster to sign deals simultaneously with two broadcast networks: ABC, where he'd announce pro basketball games, and NBC, where he'd host the…
In a move designed to send a strong message to station groups, CBS has ended its relationship with Jacksonville, Fla., affiliate WJXT-TV.
Cementing the repurposing trend hitting the syndication arena, Paramount Domestic Television's new strip "Life Moments" has been given an afterlife on cable's Hallmark Channel.
Liberty Media said Wednesday that it's talking with NTL about combining the ailing U.K. cable company with Telewest, a rival cabler of which Liberty owns a big chunk.
Viewers have delivered a harsh verdict on ABC's "The Court": We don't want to watch it.
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
Attendance fell by nearly a third at the sixth Sportel America confab, which wrapped in Miami March 28.
ESPN and Fox scored the most points with the 23rd annual Sports Emmy Award nominations Wednesday, snapping up 25 and 24 nods, respectively.
Playboy Enterprises chair-CEO Christine Hefner will receive a revered nod from the cable biz at the industry's upcoming confab in New Orleans.
Beleaguered U.K. paybox ITV Digital has welcomed the decision by the Football League to negotiate the amount owed on its rights contract.
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