Longtime ABC News director Richard B. Armstrong will receive the Directors Guild of America's 1999 Lifetime Achievement in News Award during the 51st annual DGA ceremony on March 6.
RTL Television's new gay magazine program, "Anders Trend," has conquered latenight auds.
Speedvision, the cable network owned by Fox/Liberty Networks, Media One, Comcast and Cox, has lined up three weekly half-hour series based on print magazines: "Motor Trend Television," "Motorcyclist"…
HBO scored its best boxing numbers in four years, a 16.5 Nielsen rating in HBO homes, on Feb. 20 with the live cablecast of the Felix Trinidad-Pernell Whitaker welterweight-title fight.
Turner South, a regional spin-off channel targeted at the Southeast, will be launched this fall by TBS Superstation, announced Bill Burke, TBS Superstation president.
The cable scene is heating up fast in India, with Vatsa the latest to enter the fray by teaming with an undisclosed American partner.
Japan's top-rated animated show, "Pocket Monsters," took to the air Wednesday as All Nippon Airways (ANA) flew its first passenger jet to New York painted with characters from the cartoon series.
When Madonna opens a Grammy Awards telecast by transforming herself into a geisha girl bedecked in the fashion equivalent of an orange circus tent, and Jerry Seinfeld follows it up by looking…
ABC is finalizing a deal with Miramax and Touchstone TV for six episodes of an animated series based on Kevin Smith's first film "Clerks" as the latest addition to the primetime cartoon explosion.
NBC on Tuesday ordered 13 episodes of Carsey-Werner's first primetime animated series, "God, the Devil and Bob," which had been in development at Fox.