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…
Fresh off "The Thin Red Line," actor Dash Mihok has entered calmer territory, as a series regular on The WB's drama "Felicity."
ABC's "Cupid" has flung his last arrow. The network Wednesday halted production on the series, about the mythical Cupid (Jeremy Piven), banished from Mount Olympus until he pairs 100 couples…
FROM NATPEWith every TV station in America getting a digital TV channel, syndicators could see a resurgence in sales of their library product over the next few years.
FROM NATPEAre the CBS O&Os planning to run more infomercials in prime access, despite CEO Mel Karmazin's contention that doing so last December was a mistake? Well ... not really, although a paid…
FROM NATPENEW ORLEANS -- Paramount's international TV division is putting final touches on a drama series co-production with a foreign partner.
There are plenty of reasons to praise PBS' longstanding "Mystery!" series, and now lovers of whodunits can be thankful for "Heat of the Sun," a five-part, six-hour mini debuting tonight. "Heat's"…
FROM NATPEFrom the food trays at the booths, to the programs for sale, to the traditional craziness on the floor, it seemed there was less of everything at NATPE this year.
When the first Super Bowl was held in 1967, the boy wonder who created, developed and executive produced the Fox animated comedy series that's blessed with this year's coveted post-Super Bowl…
CBS has escaped with another surprising Tuesday ratings victory, this time dominating the night in homes and adults 18-49 with the three-hour broadcast debut of "The Shawshank Redemption."
FROM NATPENEW ORLEANS -- Calling himself "the man who put the 'sin' back in syndication," shock jock Howard Stern proudly took credit for pushing the boundaries of salty language heard on radio and…