NBC is enjoying its most dominant season in years, but it seems the Peacock plumage isn't quite as bright these days.
Stars of the Peacock past, present and future joined in celebrating NBC's 75th anniversary Jan. 9 at the Garden of Eden.
The exec has made ambitious plans for his satcaster, crowned by a $30 billion merger attempt with larger rival Hughes Electronics. The combination is necessary, he says, to compete with a rapidly…
The new year is only a few weeks old, but it may not be too soon to anoint the best press release of 2002.
The programming experts of the Katz Media Group have awarded only one "A" among new series in firstrun syndication for 2002: King World's "Dr. Phil."
VU chief Jean-Marie Messier has been doing some fence-mending in Gaul, following outrage over his anti-regulatory comment last month that "France's cultural exception is dead."
Les Cahiers du Cinema, France's most highbrow cinema mag, has again broken with convention by including the "Big Brother"-style TV series "Loft Story" on its list of the top 10 pics of 2001.
Alliance Atlantis, Canada's leading TV producer, is kicking off the new year with a new philosophy.
Despite losing signature drama "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" to UPN, Frog net execs believe the WB hasn't missed a beat in its quest to be the top choice for young female viewers.
PBS led Writers Guild of America TV program nominations announced Wednesday with nine nods, followed by eight each for HBO and CBS.
Hughes Electronics prexy and chief exec Jack A. Shaw took pains Tuesday to reassure investors that the company isn't pinning all its hopes on a merger with satcasting rival EchoStar.