"Ed" exec producers Jon Beckerman and Rob Burnett are stuck on Viacom Prods.
When it comes to figuring out the Internet, local television stations sometimes seem nearly as clueless as their larger network brethren.
The future of Russia's leading independent TV channel NTV still hangs in the balance as the government continues to investigate the station and its parent company, Media-Most, controlled by exiled…
Hollywood is taking a lesson in swing as it prepares to throw an inauguration bash for President-elect George W. Bush, headlining country stars Asleep at the Wheel and Lee Ann Womack.
It's come down to the wire, but -- barring any last-minute surprises -- UPN is expected today to seal a deal with Chris-Craft that would keep the netlet on the air in major markets such as New York…
NBC president Bob Wright confirmed in an internal memo to staffers on Friday that the company will reduce its 6,000-strong workforce by 5%-10% (Daily Variety, Jan. 12).
Leaving little room for optimism, the programming heads of seven major television studios declared Saturday that a writers strike may now be inevitable.
Sports programming proved big in Japan last year as the Sydney Olympics and the professional baseball championship series dominated the yearly ratings.
ABC execs are keeping it real -- but not, they claim, too real. With just seven of its 22 hours devoted to sitcoms and dramas, the Alphabet web airs fewer scripted series -- just 10 -- than networks…
Minister for Information and Broadcasting Sushma Swaraj will meet the French ambassador to India Monday regarding programs shown on Fashion TV (FTV).
Hallmark Entertainment and its executive producers Robert Halmi Sr. and Jr. have sold their first movie as a world premiere to pay-per-view, an adaptation of Mark Twain's "The Prince & the Pauper."