Greg Hessinger has been confirmed as acting executive director of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists, succeeding Bruce York. The eastern and central sections of AFTRA's national…
Barry Diller, eager to expand his cable-network holdings beyond the USA network and the Sci Fi Channel, has bought two little-known Canada-based networks: Trio, an arts-oriented service, and…
It's virtually all-new on Fox this fall: The network is set to announce a fall schedule today heavy with new series and big changes on at least four of seven nights. But at least one familiar face…
PBS' stalwart series "Mystery!" has consistently produced quality shows for 20 seasons and judging by this installment, the franchise shows no signs of letting up. "Murder Rooms: The Dark Origins of…
The future of Canada's public broadcaster is up in the air as a Canadian Heritage Committee rejected a restructuring plan proposed by CBC helmer Robert Rabinovitch Tuesday.
Latam pay TV programmer Cisneros TV Group has consolidated its affiliate and ad sales departments and upped Elisabet Blanco to senior VP of sales, overseeing both teams. Blanco had been vice…
Broadcasters blamed the Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday for the slow rollout of digital television, which they say has been hampered by the agency's failure to write tougher regulatory…
Ratings for the NBA playoffs on both broadcast and cable television remain down from a year ago, although favorable matchups in the conference finals could help stop the bleeding.
Who wants to be a millionario? Univision is jumping on the gameshow craze with the weekly "A Millon" this fall, the dominant U.S. Hispanic net revealed during Wednesday's upfront sked presentation.
While some syndie talkers drew "Millions" of viewers during the first full week of May sweeps, others were "Springing" back to weaker days.