“Live With Regis and Kelly” on WABC was the best firstrun-syndication performer in the morning in the November New York sweeps. Information was incorrect in Friday’s paper.
UPN grid guru Todd Lituchy has been upped to the new position of senior VP of scheduling and acquisitions.
MTV U.S. has teamed up with the USO to produce a holiday concert to be taped at an undisclosed military base overseas and aired Stateside New Year's Day.
Sonicblue, the maker of the controversial ReplayTV 4000 digital video recorder, has won a patent for its technology that enables consumers to record television programming onto computer hard drives.
MTV Networks has upped Tatiana Rodriguez to VP of programming and acquisitions for the MTV Latin America and Nickelodeon Latin America channels.
Canadian Broadcasting Corp. technicians who threatened to go on strike Monday have given the pubcaster a 72-hour reprieve.
Two movies airing outside the clutter of sweeps -- ABC's "Brian's Song" and CBS' "Jack & the Beanstalk: The Real Story" -- delivered strong ratings Sunday.
The BBC led the pack at the British Academy Children's Film & Television Awards Sunday night, winning four out of a possible 12 category awards. ITV took three, Channel 4 two.
U.K. investor Compere Associates has said it is ready to make Deutsche Telekom an offer for its cable assets if a deal with John Malone's Liberty Media falls through.
ABC has committed to "Port Charles" for at least two more years and plans to institute a cost-saving new half-year production schedule beginning in January.
Gerald Levin, CEO of AOL Time Warner, will receive the first-ever John A. Reisenbach Award for Distinguished Citizenship at a formal dinner in New York Dec. 3.
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