Cable is on a roll this summer, besting the six broadcast networks decisively in the ratings after much tougher competition from the broadcasters during the summer months of 1999 and 2000.
The critics might have panned it, but Headline News fared well with viewers in August. Despite the largely negative reviews, the revamped news net averaged 155,000 households in primetime and 153,000…
TNT will air benefit concert "Come Together: A Night for John Lennon" as part of its Master Series.
Frank Biondi, the former top executive of Universal Studios and Viacom Inc., plans to set up Tennis Channel, a 24-hour digital cable network to launch in the summer of 2002.
Connie Chung's "Primetime" interview with Gary Condit combined with a pair of strong sports perfs to put ABC atop the ratings charts, ending NBC's months-long demo dominance.
"Glory Days," the new series created and exec produced by Kevin Williamson, will be distributed abroad by Germany's Splendid TV.
Central European television group CME has won two victories in its struggle to claim the $27.7 million awarded to it by an international court against Vladimir Zelezny, general director of Czech…
Fox has tapped Pauline O'con to serve as VP of drama casting. O'con will supervise casting on Fox primetime dramas such as "Ally McBeal," "The X-Files" and the new fall hour "24" as well as the net's…
KNBC vice president and news director Nancy Bauer Gonzales is out after 12 years at the NBC-owned station.
The WB is no longer feeling the blues -- "Baby Blues," that is. Frog has decided to shelve the entire 13-episode second season of the animated laffer as well as six segs held over from the skein's…
Style, the 24-hour ad-supported cable channel, has tapped Stephen Croncota as head of programming.