U.S. cabler Callahan's German subsid filed for insolvency in a Cologne court on Friday.
Veteran character actor Leo McKern, best known internationally as the star of the long-running BBC TV series "Rumpole of the Bailey," died at a nursing home near Bath in Somerset, England Tuesday. He…
Geraldo Rivera will deliver a keynote address at this year's Edinburgh Intl. Television Festival.
The newly-appointed Archbishop of Canterbury, leader of the Anglican Church worldwide, has controversially condemned the influence of Disney on children's lives.
Viewers of Fox's summer megahit "American Idol" won't have to wait long to hear the first single from whomever wins the competish.
With ratings for repeats headed south faster than the Dow, NBC will try to pump up its quotient of original programming next summer by launching a handful of scripted entertainment series during the…
Hey, hey, "The Monkees" may be returning to NBC. The Peacock is in discussions with "American Idol" creator 19 Entertainment about reviving the format, featuring a new American boy band in the roles…
The USA Network, already crowing about its hit Sunday-night original series "The Dead Zone," seems to have caught lightning in a bottle for the second time with "Monk," which scored in its second…
WNBC-TV New York has raided the news division of WABC-TV to sign Dan Forman, who becomes WNBC's senior VP of news and station manager. Forman has resigned as director of news for WABC.
Adelphia Communications chairman and interim CEO Erland Kailbourne said Monday the troubled cabler plans to add two outside directors to its board within 10 days as it seeks to renew credibility with…
The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival will be the highlight of "Hot Summer Nights," a monthlong music marathon to air on Trio in August.