Now that "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" has finally taken a break, MTV will return to the gameshow threshold tonight with its own quizzer, "webRIOT." The stakes for its contestants won't quite match…
One year after becoming an ad-supported network, Bravo has picked up 12 million subscribers and will close 1999 with 50 million homes, the company announced last week.
Pacific Digital Media, Taiwan's first licensed DTH service, launched Nov. 15 with 30 channels.
Japan's Ministry of Post and Telecommunications has announced that it hopes to establish a common receiver for communication and broadcast satellites as well as terrestrial digital TV signals.
Web heads skip NAACP The networks have determined who will attend the public hearing the NAACP is holding Monday, and the group’s leaders may be disappointed. CBS Television CEO Leslie Moonves will…
Food Network is serving up "TV Guide Celebrity Dish."
WNBC will try to stamp the "New York Magazine Awards" on the mass-audience map by televising the ceremony for the first time since the mag began handing out prizes in 1996.
The battle of the dueling Jesus projects has now reached papal proportions. NBC put its religious-themed telepic "Mary, Mother of Jesus" on the air first, but CBS has the Pope on its side.
The networks scrambled Tuesday to determine who would represent each of them at an NAACP public hearing scheduled for next week. The Monday event will discuss the civil rights group's ongoing TV…
For both Regis Philbin and taxman John Carpenter, "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" continues to pay off.