The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation has launched a $50 million fundraising campaign to establish an Institute of Telecommunications.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has backed down -- for now -- from its controversial stance on the touchy issue of who is eligible for producer kudos in the annual Emmy derby.
GUEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES Mel Brooks — “Mad About You” (NBC). GUEST ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES Emma Thompson — “Ellen” (ABC). GUEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES John Larroquette — “The Practice”…
Feature film writers are flocking to network TV like never before. Just weeks after the broadcast webs and studios began taking script pitches for the 1999-2000 season, an unprecedented number of…
The Museum of Television & Radio plans to hold a series of screenings titled "Lawrence Olivier: Four Crowning Achievements" at the museum's two outposts in New York and Los Angeles.
Dealing a major blow to its closest rival, Brazilian broadcaster SBT has paid nearly $40 million to snatch the top star from TV Record.
Comcast Corp., the fourth largest cable operator in the U.S., will fold its underperforming home-shopping channel Q2 and replace it with Style, the new spin-off network of E! Entertainment TV.
NBC and its big bucks miniseries "Merlin" conjured up Emmy magic Saturday night, with the Peacock web coming out far ahead of its rivals in the creative arts portion of the 50th annual Primetime Emmy…
Mainz-based ZDF Enterprises has announced the establishment of a TV production arm.
Dr. Nancy Snyderman is expanding her practice at "Good Morning America," inking a new multiyear deal with ABC and assuming a new status as primary sub for anchor Lisa McRee.
The Discovery Channel and its worldwide partner the BBC plan to launch a second channel in the region within a year.