In a move that signals a new direction in programming for CNBC, David Grubin Prods. is developing a four-hour miniseries for the cabler entitled "The Power of Business."
Arguments disputing Charlie Trotter's position as America's premier restaurateur won't hold weight in these quarters -- his sensual marriage of flavors, combined with a first-rate knowledge of how to…
Memo to ABC execs hoping the arrival of Diane Sawyer and Charles Gibson will keep "Good Morning America" from falling to third in the ratings: It's too late.
This simplistic but enchanting TNT Original Western asks the burning question, "Do gunslingers go to heaven?" Answer: Not if they have long hair, facial stubble and a tendency to swear, ruling out…
NBC's Wednesday season premiere of "Lateline" got scooped by the competition, landing a distant third in the half-hour in adults 18-49 and matching the weakest firstrun homes rating ever in that slot…
CNBC has promoted Mark Hoffman to managing editor of business news. The job had been filled on a temporary basis for the past year by Bruno Cohen, senior VP of business news for CNBC.
Aside from the usual barbs thrown at UPN, WB Network CEO Jamie Kellner took a swipe at sister studio Warner Bros. TV at the opening session of the Television Critics Assn. press tour Thursday.
New Line Cinema has inked a deal with DirecTV to offer high-definition digital TV versions of its theatrical titles for the satcaster's pay-per-view channels.
Lions Gate Films has concluded a pay TV output deal with Home Box Office under which the cable net will get exclusive pay TV rights to all of Lions Gate's pics for the next three years.
The WB netlet has greenlit its first pilot for the fall schedule, a timely ensemble drama from producer Dick Wolf about young Washington, D.C., staffers.
Three of the happiest people in town Wednesday were Rupert Murdoch, Ted Turner and NBC's chairman Bob Wright, highlighting the showbiz impact of the pro basketball lockout settlement.