Fox's "King of the Hill" and HBO's "Todd McFarlane's Spawn" took animated program honors as the creative arts Emmy trophies were handed out Saturday at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.
Promotion, promotion, promotion -- that's what ABC and UPN were jazzed about last week as the Alphabet web's quizshow "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" continued to climb while UPN's "WWF Smackdown!"…
In the hottest battle in kids TV, the WB's "Pokemon" beat Nickelodeon's "SpongeBob SquarePants" for the second Saturday morning in a row.
All of a sudden Germany is a hot market for U.S. movies and TV shows -- again. In a groundbreaking agreement with an upstart player on the international TV scene, Warner Bros. has inked a multiyear…
Turner Broadcasting has acquired a 17.5% stake in South Korean cabler Tooniverse as part of an agreement to supply Cartoon Network-branded programming to the channel.
WPIX-TV, the Tribune-owned WB affiliate in New York, has engineered a frontal assault on its chief rival, Fox-owned WNYW-TV, shifting reruns of the high-rated "Seinfeld" from 11 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. to…
After seeing TNT take back first in the weekly cable ratings race, the cabler Wednesday established its first original series slate in an effort to set deeper roots with its targeted audience.
The first national aboriginal TV network in North America goes on the air on Sept. 1 to seven million Canuck cable and satellite subscribers.
Scribe John Scott Shepherd is continuing a hot summer run, inking a pilot agreement with NBC to create a drama series with Arnold and Anne Kopelson that's set for a tentative fall 2000 launch. The…
Trying capitalize on the growing morning daypart, NBC will launch "Early Today" on Sept. 7 in the 4:30-5 a.m. timeslot.