Cable programming toppers flocked to Capitol Hill on Wednesday to battle the broadcast industry's push to write a new reg forcing cablers to carry all digital signals, even if that means six channels…
In the golden age of the Big Three, webheads could count on a default crowd tuning into even their worst timeslots. No longer. These days, dead timeslots are just that -- dead. While buzz will still…
"Latin Access," a weekly syndicated TV mag dedicated to Latin entertainment and culture, will bow this fall on NBC.
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If recent ratings are any indication, "Good Morning America" needs a wakeup call. In January 1999 the ABC News ayemcast relaunched with a spanking new Times Square studio and new hosts Charlie Gibson…
With its sights set firmly on greater China and Taiwan, Columbia TriStar Intl. Television is upping its locally produced content in Asia.
A new Hollywood species is slowly starting to work its way up the TV industry food chain: the director/producer. Network execs, faced with increasing competition, are scrambling to make their series…
Pay TV programmer Cisneros TV Group, which is merging with Internet site El Sitio to form Claxson Interactive Group, has begun its restructuring by firing its Miami-based ad and research staff.
Chile's version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," which bowed April 2, has catapulted Catholic station UCTV to the top of the ratings. Last month's stats equaled peaks rarely hit by anything but…
On May 14 when Lou Dobbs returns to the anchor chair at CNN, he'll be hosting a new show. Rather than "Moneyline With Lou Dobbs," it's now "Lou Dobbs Moneyline."
The government is planning to split off Television New Zealand's commercial activities to take it back to its roots as a public service broadcaster tapping minority and cultural interests.