The U.K.'s Independent Television Commission has fined MTV Networks Europe £40,000 ($64,000) for breaking rules on program sponsorship.
The U.S. team's dramatic come-from-behind victory in last weekend's Ryder Cup produced the highest ratings ever for that golf event.
CBS News is ready to tap WCBS reporter Julie Chen as the regular news anchor on the Eye's soon-to-launch "Morning Show."
CBS has given a firm pilot commitment to a multicultural cop drama from Frank Renzulli, an Emmy-nominated scribe on HBO's white-hot mob hit "The Sopranos."
Top U.S. program suppliers are headed to the last major TV market of the millennium with what one termed "tempered enthusiasm" for their prospects in the coming decade.
Concrete signs of consolidation in the international TV biz will be visible at the Paramount booth at the Mipcom TV trade show in Cannes next week. In the wake of its acquisition of program…
The new fall season is just a week old, but NBC is already giving a strong vote of confidence to rookie dramas "Third Watch" and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit."
What should we call "Ally"? A series spin-on? A semi-clone, perhaps? By any description, this "Ally" without the McBeal signifies the dawn of an new era in broadcast primetime, one that has an eye…
Satcaster DirecTV will launch a Spanish-lingo service in key U.S. Hispanic markets beginning next month.
The networks continue to produce some surprising successes amid the overall ratings erosion of 1999's premiere week, with CBS' Friday actioner ''Now and Again'' and Saturday's NBC high school drama…