The four main supporting players on NBC's "The West Wing" have settled their salary dispute with Warner Bros. Television after the studio agreed to more than double their paychecks.
Longtime programming exec Maria Grasso has hopped to the Frog net as vice president of drama development.
Michael Jordan's decision to return to basketball is still up in the air, and NBC doesn't know what to do. When the Peacock announced its Washington Wizards-less TV schedule for the 2001-02 NBA…
A nasty slump in electronics poured some red ink on giant Sony Corp., which reported a net loss of $243 million for the latest quarter.
Viacom topped expectations and swung to a profit as chief operating officer Mel Karmazin assured investors that things "have definitely bottomed out" in the weak ad market that hurt the conglom's…
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Showtime has pacted with "Strange Justice" producer Steven Haft and writer Jacob Epstein to develop a dramatic account of America's latest political battle, the 2000 presidential election.
Randy Falco, president of NBC TV, is giving up his other title -- chief operating officer of NBC Olympics -- after the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City.
In a move likely to dismay shareholders, TV Azteca has announced it will lend sister company Unefon $80 million. Azteca had previously said the mobile telephony outfit would be sold.
U.K. cable operator NTL signed up 200,000 additional digital TV subscribers in the second quarter of the year, up 26% to a total of 951,000.
The Belo media group has posted a second-quarter loss of $315,000, prompted by an ongoing advertising falloff at its TV stations and newspapers.