MSNBC announced Thursday that it will add "Equal Time," co-hosted by Oliver North and former federal and state prosecutor Cynthia Alksne, to its primetime lineup, beginning Feb. 1.
Echoing the synergy between television and print media that helped make Tom Brokaw's book "The Greatest Generation" a national bestseller, Jay Leno was named a contributing editor of Hearst's men's…
Superb six-hour PBS series being given the three-night miniseries treatment by the pub-caster is virtually without flaws -- a visually dynamic, intellectually stirring achievement that instantly…
FROM NATPEWhile the convention floor showed few signs of life below, NATPE panels Thursday were SRO as observers flocked to catch a piece of the market's two favorite buzzwords: "Internet" and…
Femme-skewed cabler Gems is renewing its slate with a slew of original shows during the first quarter as it seeks to broaden its appeal to U.S. and south-of-the-border Latinas.
Family-friendly broadcaster net Pax TV racked up its biggest primetime audience to date to post its first national 1.0 rating, for the week Jan. 18-22.
Superstation WGN, which currently carries the WB's programming lineup, will remove the weblet's shows in the fall and replace them with off-network series, theatrical films and sports.
The Museum of Television & Radio's 16th annual William S. Paley Television Festival, which runs March 2-16, will open with the rare Frank Sinatra television special, "This Is Sinatra!"
Canuck kids TV producer/distrib Cinar Corp. has inked a deal with China Central Television (CCTV), China's largest broadcaster, to co-produce a $14 million animated show based on a series of classic…
CBS affiliate relations execs are leaving New Orleans happy after securing several major timeslot upgrades for the Eye web's new Craig Kilborn-hosted "Late Late Show."
Fledgling Fox newsmag "Fox Files" is coming under fire for a segment about so-called gay "gangbangers." The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) has issued a harshly-worded statement…