ABC News will usher in the New Year with "ABC 2002," a live special anchored by Peter Jennings.
The cable biz will soon petition the Federal Communications Commission to change the way the agency attributes customers when tallying national figures to make sure a cabler isn't grabbing too large…
German investors may find a new haven for their taxes in a new 100 million euro ($88 million) fund offered by investment company VIP Vermogensberatung.
To mark his 10th anniversary as host of "Meet the Press," Tim Russert has signed an unprecedented 12-year contract with NBC News.
BBC director of television Mark Thompson will be confirmed as the next chief exec of Channel 4 today (Daily Variety, Dec. 6).
The Eye had it in primetime last week, topping the network standings in key demographics for the first time this season and extending its winning streak in total viewers to five weeks.
The three highest-rated original series on cable TV, bolstered by nightly reruns of TV movies and "Unsolved Mysteries," will catapult Lifetime to No. 1 in primetime for 2001.
He's undeniably had the most impact this year in changing life as we know it.
Will Barry Diller end up running all of Vivendi Universal's TV and movie operations? That's the question pre-occupying the Universal studio, even as a deal is sealed for Vivendi U to re-acquire…
Richard Ryder has been named the new vice chairman of the BBC.
E! Latin America will add its first made-in-the-U.S. and Portuguese-lingo shows to its 2002 slate of original productions.
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