Locking in a key component of its still-mighty Thursday lineup, NBC has wrapped up the rights to Warner Bros. Television's medical megahit "ER" through 2004.
Boosted by its Major League Baseball coverage and strong on-air personalities, Fox Sports took home 13 Sports Emmy awards at the 21st annual ceremony Wednesday night at Gotham's Marriott Marquis.
Karen Cassell has been upped to senior VP of public relations at Turner Network Television. Promotion from VP will give Atlanta-based Cassell greater responsibility over publicity efforts for all of…
New Line has agreed to send an international man of mystery to the Sci Fi Channel to help launch a second night of original series, and he doesn't come from England.
Fox is hoping to generate some ratings heat with a summer of Love and money -- and possibly two guys named Gary and Mike.
NBC today will unveil plans for NBCX.com, a youth-targeted digital entertainment Web site that will make heavy use of NBC comedy product.
A Dutch government white paper on the cable industry issued late last week is expected to trigger a bitter regulatory fight when it comes up for a vote in Parliament next month.
Producer Dick Wolf's drama war-horse "Law & Order" will remain on NBC through spring 2005 as part of a blockbuster long-term renewal deal with Studios USA Television.
The MPAA has given Showtime's "Dirty Pictures," which centers on the 1990 obscenity indictment involving a Robert Mapplethorpe photography exhibit, an R rating. The pic's initial rating had been…
Wholesome — an accurate description of John Denver — does not necessarily translate into corny — an accurate description of "The John Denver Story." In a superficial retelling of Denver's rise to…