Bulldog journo Jerry Nachman and former network exec Marilyn Wilson have been tapped as exec producers of ABC's latenight talker "Politically Incorrect." Nachman and Wilson replace Doug Wilson, who…
In a surprise move, Pio Cabanillas, the energetic CEO of Spanish pubcaster RTVE, is ankling his post to become government spokesman and minister without portfolio in Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar's…
Locking in a key component of its still-mighty Thursday lineup, NBC has wrapped up the rights to Warner Bros. Television's medical megahit "ER" through 2004.
Time Warner Cable has stepped up its retransmission consent battle with ABC, taking out full-page ads in a number of major newspapers this week.
Robert F. Callahan has been promoted to the newly created position of president of the ABC Broadcast Group.
Ed Goren, who helped lead Fox Sports to 13 wins at the 21st Annual Sports Emmy Awards on Wednesday night, has been promoted to president of the sports cabler.
"Harry Potter" helmer Chris Columbus is set to make his first serious foray into network TV, inking an exclusive two-year overall development deal with Brad Grey Television.
Producer Dick Wolf's drama war-horse "Law & Order" will remain on NBC through spring 2005 as part of a blockbuster long-term renewal deal with Studios USA Television.
They're about to bag more Foxx at The WB. The weblet is close to picking up the fifth season of the Warner Bros. laffer "The Jamie Foxx Show." WB's chief frogs are still hammering out the terms of…
Wholesome — an accurate description of John Denver — does not necessarily translate into corny — an accurate description of "The John Denver Story." In a superficial retelling of Denver's rise to…
Fox's syndie arm Twentieth Television has promoted four execs on its national sales team and added new staffers.