Interviews of the "Seinfeld" cast have boosted "Dateline NBC" to its highest Tuesday rating in three months, putting NBC narrowly first in May 12 primetime Nielsen results, while Fox's reality…
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.
Showtime has joined forces with NYT Television, a division of the New York Times, to produce five one-hour documentaries with subject matter supporting Showtime's summer lineup of original movies.
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.
The Screen Actors Guild and Saban Entertainment on Wednesday reached an agreement covering the production of live-action children's TV programming.
Sid Grossfeld, a longtime CBS-TV staff member, died March 8 of cancer at Encino-Tarzana Hospital. He was 71.
The Australian film and TV production industry had braced itself for bad news in the federal government's budget presented to parliament Tuesday night -- and it was duly delivered.
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…
For the first time, a cable network, Nickelodeon, will win the Saturday morning kids ratings race for the broadcast season.
Barry Diller and his new programming chief at USA Network, Stephen Chao, are preaching the sermon of breaking the cable mold with eye-opening original programming. But they've just ponied up more…