In a move that will bring E! Entertainment Television its first fictional original programming, the cabler announced Monday that it has hired veteran television exec Lynn Deegan as VP, development.
Hoping to "play a major role in the rejuvenation" of Hollywood, animation house Klasky Csupo will leave its cartoon-adorned home at 1258 Highland Ave. in July and move into a new six-story glass and…
The pent-up fervor of pro-basketball fans, deprived of games since Nov. 3 because of an owner lockout of the players, burst out with a record 3.28 rating for the second pre-season contest between the…
Embattled new South African television channel e.tv began broadcasting 24 hours a day on Monday after only limited daily broadcasts since its Oct. 1 launch.
NBC Entertainment prexy Scott Sassa has joined the Board of Councilors of the USC School of Cinema-Television. Sassa, a USC alum, will assist the board with its fundraising and curriculum design…
The Boston Red Sox have locked in an 80-game broadcast schedule on six TV stations throughout the New England area, including a major upgrade in Boston from last year's WABU, the UHF station owned by…
Veteran "Good Morning America" producer Rickie Gaffney has returned to the ABC ayemcast as part of the Alphabet web's continuing efforts to rebuild its troubled morning franchise.
Broadcasters woke up Monday morning to a shocking surprise from President Clinton who proposed slapping the nation's 1,209 commercial TV stations with a new $200 million fee that could cost…
Marking the first sweeps crossover of a network series with its online counterpart, detectives from NBC's drama "Homicide: Life on the Street" will partner on Feb. 5 with characters from its Internet…
For the first time in its history, Fox has earned a share of the primetime Nielsen season-to-date lead in the adults 18-49 demographic, thanks to Sunday's brawny Super Bowl rating.
Fox's sexy sudser "Melrose Place" and ABC's family sitcom "Home Improvement" will officially exit the airwaves at the end of the season.