It's that time of year again, when people start talking about television awards and nominations. Well, actually, that's misleading -- these days, you could throw a dart at a calendar and hit an…
Showtime likes to tout itself as the network with "No Limits." This year, the pay cabler is hoping their motto extends to its potential for Emmy noms.
It's difficult to calculate just how much winning an Emmy impacts a performer's personal bottom line. We know that earning an Oscar tends to inflate one's bank account fairly rapidly in terms of…
Television ghettoizes actors. Studio movie leads represent the pinnacle of fame and fortune. The New York theater is a vehicle for respectability but largely discriminates against Hollywood…
After months of negotiations, moribund Australian feevee operator Cable & Wireless Optus has at last made progress in its quest to reduce its hefty programming expenses, talking its movie suppliers…
Television doesn't get a whole lot more visceral, or more genuinely moving, than does this supremely poignant Father's Day-themed hour that (however briefly) gives the term "reality TV" a good name…
What makes a voter at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences bestow an Emmy to one variety series, which often means talkshows, over another?
Japan took the first step Wednesday in what promises to be a long and convoluted process that could result in new regulations for children's TV programs.
Joining the ranks of such worldwide players as Children's Television Workshop and last year's winner, BBC Drama, European culture channel Arte will receive the 1999 Global Outstanding Achievement…
Hisashi Hieda, president and CEO of Fuji TV, will be honored at the 27th International Emmy Awards gala in New York on Nov. 22 with the Founders Award.
"Snoops," the latest drama from David E. Kelley, won't debut until the fall. But since Kelley's track record is so consistent, it's possible to confidently make a few predictions even without having…