Closing in on the last five months of her contract, 20-year local newscasting vet Tawny Little has ankled her 10 p.m. co-anchor post at UPN affil KCOP.
Homer and the rest of the Simpson clan will take center stage at the Sixth Annual U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, held this February in Aspen. The festival has signed most of "The Simpsons'" regular cast…
Pay-per-view events came of age as a heavy-duty revenue generator during the 1990s.
CBS is placing its faith in Carol Marin to boost the dismal local news ratings at its owned-and-operated station in Chicago.
Pro basketball is off to a slow start on Ted Turner's TNT, dropping 20% in the Nielsen ratings from the same November period in 1997.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. has inked a deal that grants NBC exclusive live interviews at the upcoming Golden Globes pre-show, and set off a firestorm in the process.
It was in April of 1991 that NBC rolled out a two-night miniseries entitled "Switched at Birth" that dramatized the true story of Kimberly Mays and Arlena Twigg, children who were unwittingly…
Primed to pick up its first sweeps crown in five years, ABC will announce this week its long-term plans for "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire."
CBS has found that Julie Andrews and James Garner can be worth more than three "Millionaires."
President Clinton signed into law Monday legislation that will allow satcasters to offer local TV stations, kicking off what many hope is a new era of competition for the cable industry.
Twentieth Television is capitalizing on the success of gavel-strip "Divorce Court" with the sale of fellow-courtshow "Power of Attorney" to Fox O&Os for a fall 2000 launch.