It's gonna be a long summer: Nielsen is expected to announce today that the 2000-01 TV season will kick off on Oct. 2, two weeks later than usual.
Veteran NBC News correspondent David Bloom has been named co-anchor of the weekend editions of NBC News' "Today."
Just 15 months after taking over as prexy of Fox Entertainment, Doug Herzog ankled the web Wednesday, bringing to a close another turbulent chapter in the history of Fox programming chiefs.
The merger of U.K. cable operators NTL and Cable & Wireless Communications has been approved by Britain's Competition Commission.
Following in the footsteps of Gotham's WCBS, KCBS Los Angeles has yanked frosh syndie yakker "Dr. Joy Browne" from its daytime lineup.
Attention nerds: Network TV wants you. Fox on Tuesday announced plans for "The Smartest Person in America," an hourlong primetime quizzer that will offer at least $1 million to one lucky brainiac who…
Fox's comedy comeback continued Monday with the net's midseason laffer "Titus" premiering to revved-up Nielsen numbers.
Several hundred demonstrators surrounded the gates of Paramount for two hours Tuesday morning to protest the studio's planned syndie TV talk skein hosted by controversial radio personality Laura…
The jocks at NBC have silenced the nerds of "Freaks and Geeks."
Somebody at NBC really loved "Mr. Mom." There's no other explanation for "Daddio," a recycled laughtrack-a-thon that looks and sounds like umpteen series throughout the history of television…
Richard and Lili Fini Zanuck may not have enlisted Debbie Allen's terpsichorean talents for this year's Academy Awards, but that doesn't mean TV viewers won't be getting their fill of choreography.