South African pay television company Multichoice is closing one of its three broadcasting stations in Nigeria because of economic pressures brought about largely by piracy.
The House is set to vote on a bill today that would require satcasters to carry all local broadcast channels in a market after Jan. 1, 2002.
Three days before the start of the May sweep, there's turmoil in the KCBS newsroom amid talk of a shakeup in its front-line 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. news anchor team of Ann Martin and Michael Tuck.
The U.K.'s Independent Television Commission is revoking the license of Med TV, the Kurdish satellite channel suspended last month for supporting acts of terrorism against Turkey.
Viewer interest in the Columbine High School shooting has propelled CBS' "48 Hours" to its first-ever households victory over slot rival "ER" in Nielsen results for April 22.
The ongoing feevee erosion of free-to-air auds has claimed another victim at Kerry Packer's No. 1 Oz Nine Network, with the axe falling on flagship sports programs "Sports Saturday" and "Sports…
The teenage boys and young-adult males who made "South Park" a phenomenon last year have started to abandon the Comedy Central series, causing the show's ratings in cable homes to plummet by a…
One of the raps against cable networks is that their best programming consists of reruns of broadcast-network series like "Walker, Texas Ranger," "ER" and "Roseanne."
In a midseason inundated with new, animated series, "Home Movies" manages to set itself apart, offering clever dialogue and sharp social commentary. With its patented Squigglevision, the UPN series…
The USA Network will try to build an audience in the early evening for a new soap opera set in working-class Queens.
A more accurate title than "Dean Koontz's 'Mr. Murder'" might be, "You See One Baldwin, You've Seen 'Em All. In this tepid and odd two-nighter, not even Stephen Baldwin's family can differentiate him…