France's television regulatory body, the Conseil Superieur de l'Audiovisuel (CSA), is coming under increasing fire over its decision to allow Internet sites, including those devoted to cinema, to…
ABC took control of the February sweeps race in adults 18-49 with a decisive victory over NBC last week as five episodes of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" and strong movie perfs proved the…
Craig Hunegs has been upped to exec VP of Warner Bros. Television, a newly created post that makes him the studio's No. 2 exec under topper Peter Roth.
After waking up America for 15 years, the ayem chatshow duo of "Regis and Kathie Lee" is splitting up -- and it's not Regis Philbin who's ankling.
Flat is good at the Big 4 networks, which managed to stem the erosion a bit this February sweeps. With ABC's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" still kicking serious Nielsen butt, the major webs'…
The 600-pound gorillas at Fox have apparently stopped "Spawn" creator Todd McFarlane from aping one of the studio's classic franchises.
Hearst Entertainment has pinned down key NBC O&Os clearance deals in L.A. and Gotham for upcoming lifestyle series "Famous Homes and Hideaways," which now looks solid for a launch in the fall.
"Who Wants to be a Millionaire" exec producer Paul Smith and Celador Ltd. are readying a follow-up to their international quizshow sensation, with ABC once again in position to land U.S. rights to…
Boosted by the still-blazing "Judge Judy," WNBC has claimed a commanding February sweeps win highlighted by victories in virtually every key time period and the second consecutive Gotham sweeps loss…
Discovery People, the former CBS Eye on People, which Discovery Communications acquired over a year ago, will go off the air sometime this year, the company confirmed.
Bill Welsh, a staple of Los Angeles television for more than 40 years, past president of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and one of the driving forces behind the redevelopment of the Hollywood…