WNYW is mounting a massive overhaul of its flagship ayem broadcast "Good Day New York," radically remaking virtually every element of the struggling show in a bid to shore up its sagging ratings.
St. Louis slugger Mark McGwire made the Fox network look smart Tuesday for pre-empting the season premiere of "King of the Hill" and the debut of the sitcom "Costello."
Alliance Communications and A&E Television Networks are fighting over the use of the word "biography."
Nick at Nite has bought the exclusive cable rights to Paramount Domestic distribution's "Cheers" starting in the fall of 2001 for $68.8 million, the highest price Nick has ever paid for a sitcom…
As NBC's "Meet the Press," ABC's "This Week with Sam & Cokie" and CBS' "Face the Nation" continue to slug it out for Nielsen supremacy on Sunday morning, another network has decided to stick its toe…
A package of four foreign-lingo networks, including Italy's RAI, are set to gain digital distribution in the U.S. starting Oct. 15, courtesy of TCI-owned Intl. Channel Networks.
Over 150 television-program buyers from more than 40 countries descended on this normally sun-kissed Riviera resort Monday amid driving rains and flash floods.
Family-oriented broadcaster Pax TV will put the spotlight on America's wives and moms when it screens the 22nd annual Mrs. America Pageant, Sept. 26.
Miramax Films has acquired the video, TV and non-theatrical U.S. rights to Ted Demme's crime drama "Monument Ave.," which Lions Gate will release theatrically on Sept. 25.
Lifetime has nailed down one of its main objectives in scheduling three expensive, original primetime series back-to-back on Tuesday: It's harvesting almost 50% more women 18-49 in the time period.
French pay television group Canal Plus has forged a new digital alliance in Poland.