Fox Broadcasting Co. is again dipping its toe into the telepic waters, tapping Marci Pool to serve as the web's exec vice president of original movies and minis.
Don Hewitt, the founder of "60 Minutes," blasted former colleague Lowell Bergman this weekend over Bergman's version of events portrayed in the film "The Insider."
The Tony Awards, sprinkled with controversy much like its politically outspoken host, Rosie O'Donnell, managed to rise above the flak to deliver one of the closest races in years. It also provided…
Gearing up for an awards show that's fit for the demands of high-tech TV, NATPE's Iris committee has restructured its annual Iris Awards, adding a high-definition programming category to its 34th…
Audra McDonald has signed to star with Emma Thompson in the Mike Nichols-directed HBO production of "Wit," the Pulitzer Prize winning play which will shoot this fall in London.
"Being John Malkovich" director Spike Jonze will be crowned this year's Best New Filmmaker at the 2000 MTV Movie Awards.
Recognizing the landmark status in TV history of a certain cable mob series, Gotham's American Museum of the Moving Image will present the first two seasons of HBO's "The Sopranos" on the bigscreen…
LAS VEGAS — KCBS’ low-rated “Women 2 Women” 4 p.m. newscast isn’t dead yet. The broadcast’s dismal Nielsen perf had many L.A. newsies convinced the station would pull the 4 p.m. program in the fall…
The countdown is under way in France for the launch of the successful gameshow "Who Wants To be a Millionaire."
CBS execs from Mel Karmazin on down preached a mantra of patience to Eye affils Thursday, urging stations to hurry up and wait for improved "Early Show" ratings as well as a final digital spectrum…
Russia's flourishing domestic TV production scene took a leap forward on May 30 with the announcement of a merger between two top companies, producer Gold Vision and advertising broker-agency Video…