Oxygen Media has signed a long-term agreement with Cox Communications Inc. that will ensure distribution of the femme-oriented cable net to at least 20 million homes within three years, the two…
Regency Television has signed to co-produce with Warner Bros. Television the drama pilot "Day One" for the WB.
As part of its record $120 million investment in original crime and justice programming, Court TV will debut three original series and two documentary miniseries in 2000-01, Henry Schleiff, the court…
Howard Stern, whose latenight show tends to be E!'s highest-rated regular series, may have come up with another cable hit in "Son of the Beach."
Three series trying to carve a niche in the tough 8 o'clock hour on Tuesday were squashed by ABC's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," with the Regis Philbin-hosted gamer more than doubling their…
Still unable to generate a hit program on its own, wannabe web Pax TV is seeking a primetime lifeline from corporate partner NBC.
Kelsey Grammer's Paramount-based Grammnet Prods. has snagged a pilot presentation commitment from NBC for "Neurotic Tendencies," a half-hour laffer being targeted for midseason 2000-01.
Staffers at ABC News' "Good Morning, America" just said "no" to Mark Fuhrman, prompting execs at the ayem show to call off a consultancy deal with the former Los Angeles police detective known for…
The gameshow fever that's infected primetime could hit NBC's daytime lineup as early as next January.
Alan Dershowitz will join Court TV as an anchor, beginning in September.