For his first nomination David Hyde Pierce, who plays the quirky Dr. Niles Crane on "Frasier," had his whole family present for the awards. "When the limo came, I was still in my sweatpants," Pierce…
The TV content ratings stirred up discontent in D.C. again Tuesday as a triumphant press conference was quickly announced and then even more quickly canceled, and industry mavens debated the trauma…
The creation of Colombia's first two private TV stations could prove a washout after contenders blanched last week at the prospect of paying a minimum $95 million for the licenses.
The Canedo White brothers are on their way out of Televisa, sources within and without the giant broadcaster said Tuesday.
In a business obsessed with youth, newly appointed ABC Entertainment chairman Stu Bloomberg took the unusual step Tuesday of touting his age, 47, as one of the main attributes he brings to the job.
British Digital Broadcasting has been awarded all three of the digital terrestrial TV licenses it was bidding for, licenses representing at least 15 of 30 or so planned digital terrestrial TV…
In preparation for the August election of officers, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' officer nominating committee has chosen Meryl C. Marshall for president, Nancy Bradley Wiard for VP…
As expected, Nancy Bauer-Gonzales has been upped to the post of VP news at KNBC, effective Saturday. She replaces Bill Lord, who announced last week that he was returning to KIRO Seattle.
PBS on Monday announced four new preschool series as well as a new corporate underwriter for two of its kids series, "Barney & Friends" and "The Puzzle Place," during its annual meeting in Dallas.
The Chicago Bulls' "drive for five" in the NBA Finals helped drive down national ratings for most firstrun access strips in the week ending June 8.
Showtime has announced it will begin running 19 installments of the original anthology series "Dead Man's Gun" on July 13, four months after the show's debut in an original trilogy.