CBS has virtually locked up the November sweeps households crown with a huge Sunday win from the "Hallmark Hall of Fame" telefilm "What the Deaf Man Heard."
The race is on among daytime talkshows for attention-grabbing guests during the upcoming November sweeps. Oprah Winfrey has bagged a Beatle --- Paul McCartney is set to do an hour with the reigning…
WCBS has tapped the former exec producer of "Today" and "NBC Nightly News" to again retool its lagging news operation.
Broadcasters, TV-set makers and kidvid advocates told the Federal Communications Commission Monday how the V-chip should work.
Filmmaking brothers Jonas and Joshua Pate have inked a deal with Sandollar Entertainment and Touchstone TV to develop their first project for the small screen: a one-hour drama pilot described as a…
Sony Pictures Entertainment is making its first foray into broadcasting as part of a consortium that Monday won the hotly contested auction for Spanish-lingo broadcaster Telemundo Group Inc. with an…
Cable's Lifetime channel is launching the first network whose format centers primarily around contemporary made-for-TV movies: the Lifetime Movie Network (LMN), skedded for a September 1998 launch.
Slick, with a sharp script that harbors a couple of weak spots, and standout perfs from Alice Krige and Brian Dennehy, "Indefensible: The Truth About Edward Brannigan" is a mouthful of a title but a…
Despite organizers' continuing efforts to spread the kudos wealth, British broadcasters nabbed four of the six Intl. Emmy statuettes Monday during the 25th annual awards ceremony here.
Never doubt Darwin's theory, for even in Hollywood evolution continues. Gone are the careless days of 60-second commercials and a market saturated with "Pocahontas" hair clips and lunch pails.
DreamWorks is starting to spin sales pitches to the TV station community for the off-network rights to its ABC sitcom "Spin City."