"Seinfeld" isn't gone yet and NBC is still No. 1. After weeks of speculation about where NBC will find itself next season when "Seinfeld" leaves the schedule, the Peacock demonstrated in Jan. 5-11…
Starting Sunday, CBS newsmag "60 Minutes" will become the first Big Four network program to be closed captioned in Spanish, the Eye web announced Tuesday.
For the first time in a decade, a rival talkshow has pulled alongside "Oprah Winfrey" in the national household ratings derby. Universal TV's surging "Jerry Springer" tied King World Prods.' longtime…
Bernard Girard, a retired writer, director and executive producer, died Dec. 30 at the Motion Picture & Television Hospital in Woodland Hills. He was 79.
After the show's poor performances on both Sunday and Monday nights, NBC late Tuesday yanked the high-profile Jenny McCarthy sitcom "Jenny" from its schedule.
Dan Rather wants to get harder -- on CBS' nightly newscast, that is. The veteran CBS newsman credited the network newscast's recent ratings growth to the decision to emphasize hard news on the…
SANTIAGO — Mexico’s TV Azteca has completed a $10.3 million, 75% purchase of low-ranked Chilean broadcaster La Red (Canal 4) from newspaper group Copesa. First announced last December (Daily Variety…
Telefe Intl., the distribution arm of Argentina's leading broadcaster, has signed a distribution deal with No. 2 Brazilian net SBT.
Tim Allen on Tuesday made official what has been expected for months: He will return to ABC's "Home Improvement" for an eighth season.
Fox wheeled out its top brass Tuesday to dispel speculation that the News Corp.-owned company plans to kill its Fox Kids Network and use the newly acquired Fox Family Channel as its primary kids…
Elizabeth (Betty) Frazer, a longtime employee of NBC dating back to its radio days, died Jan. 3 of natural causes in Century City. She was 83.