Three slot-winning "Datelines" and the film "Under Siege 2" have overrun the Aug. 24-30 primetime Nielsen competition and given NBC its easiest ratings victory in 10 weeks.
Cabler A&E will premiere a 12-episode documentary series called "City Confidential" on Nov. 7.
Masters of the mike Larry King and Howard Stern have signed on to give general session addresses at the syndie TV biz's annual NATPE sales confab in January.
South Florida to Pearson: "Come on down!" British vendor Pearson, owner of "The Price is Right" and other hot formats, will open a Miami office Nov. 1 to handle sales throughout Latin America.
WPIX is giving a big break to Warner Bros.' new "Love Connection"/"Change of Heart" combo, scheduling the two dating shows in the middle of a "Jerry Springer" sandwich.
Pax TV got off to a predictably uneven start in its national debut Monday, but the upstart web's primetime slate of "Touched by an Angel" and "Diagnosis Murder" reruns scored better-than-expected…
The Fox Network, ESPN, the WGN superstation and cabler FX are all vying to deliver national audiences for the games featuring the record-tying 61st - and record-breaking 62nd - home runs that Mark…
As part of its growing presence in the Spanish broadcast market, Columbia TriStar Intl. Television has opened an office in Madrid and has named Nathalie Garcia director of sales, Spain.
Betsy Bruce has been named G.M. of the Kermit Channel, which soft-launched in Latin America and Asia on Monday.
After 21 years of chronicling the daily doings of the broadcasting biz, Washington Post scribe John Carmody bid farewell to "The TV Column" Monday.
Rookie sitcom "That '70s Show" has cooled a bit in its second try, but continues to energize Fox's Sunday lineup.