The Tony Awards, sprinkled with controversy much like its politically outspoken host, Rosie O'Donnell, managed to rise above the flak to deliver one of the closest races in years. It also provided…
The countdown is under way in France for the launch of the successful gameshow "Who Wants To be a Millionaire."
Improvement came in threes for the syndie world's most recent available national household ratings.
Vice President Al Gore is set to participate in Oxygen Media's "Be Fearless With Your Vote," an initiative of special cable and online programming newly launched to coincide with election 2000. The…
Who wants to be a millionaire? Sixteen people who abandoned their jobs, families and remote controls to spend 39 days on a South China Sea island -- that's who. CBS' much-hyped "Survivor" doesn't…
Nielsen Media Research, still looking for a more accurate method of recording what TV shows people are watching, has agreed to pay $1 million as part of a contract with the Arbitron Co. to test a…
CBS execs from Mel Karmazin on down preached a mantra of patience to Eye affils Thursday, urging stations to hurry up and wait for improved "Early Show" ratings as well as a final digital spectrum…
Lions Gate Films has picked up video and pay-per-view rights on a package of five high-profile titles from J&M Entertainment, including Shirley MacLaine's directorial debut, "Bruno," starring Gary…
Paris and Versailles are to be the scene this weekend of a monumental TV production of Giuseppe Verdi's "La Traviata," with a potential live audience of 1.5 billion around the world in 125 countries.
Recognizing the landmark status in TV history of a certain cable mob series, Gotham's American Museum of the Moving Image will present the first two seasons of HBO's "The Sopranos" on the bigscreen…