NBC named Joel Cheatwood, who was involved with the Jerry Springer debacle at NBC's WMAQ-TV in Chicago, to the post of VP, daytime development for NBC.
The Screen Actors Guild and Saban Entertainment on Wednesday reached an agreement covering the production of live-action children's TV programming.
As NBC gets closer to setting its fall schedule more signs are pointing to Brillstein-Grey's "Just Shoot Me" as the heir to "Seinfeld's" Thursday 9 p.m. time period. NBC has made no final decision…
Edwin Baedor Bryant, a retired film editor, died of natural causes March 14 in Laguna Hills. He was 88.
Sid Grossfeld, a longtime CBS-TV staff member, died March 8 of cancer at Encino-Tarzana Hospital. He was 71.
For the first time, a cable network, Nickelodeon, will win the Saturday morning kids ratings race for the broadcast season.
Roy Rowan, a longtime radio and TV broadcaster best known as Lucille Ball's announcer for more than two decades, died Sunday of heart failure at his home in Encino. He was 78.
Thomas F. O'Neil, a longtime radio and TV executive who helped create the popular "Million Dollar Movie," died March 14 of heart failure at his home in Greenwich, Conn. He was 82.
The Jim Henson Co. and Hallmark Entertainment will launch the Kermit Channel, a 24-hour family-entertainment network aimed at subscribers in Asia and Latin America.
Lifetime Television has engineered its biggest original-programming commitment ever, ordering two sitcoms and one drama hour for the network's 1998-99 primetime schedule. Lifetime said it will spend…
Growing "Seinfeld" momentum has kept NBC the master of the primetime domain in May 4-10 Nielsen results.