Alot of unkind things --- most of them accurate --- are going to be written about "Always," so let's begin by accentuating the positive and talk about Hildegard Bechtler's sets. What is Deborah…
NBC execs Harold Brook and Jerry Petry have both been promoted and will split the duties formerly handled by departing NBC Enterprises prexy John Agoglia.
Marking a first for a Spanish-language web, Univision Network News has won a 1997 Edward R. Murrow Award in the network newscast category for its coverage of the Olympic bombing in Atlanta, the…
Brannon Braga has signed a three-year overall deal worth an estimated $5 million to develop TV series and longform projects for Paramount Network TV.
The Board of Governors of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has given the go-ahead for early handouts of three Primetime Engineering Emmy Awards and a pair of Engineering Emmy Plaques as part…
The Karlovy Vary Festival (July 4-12) will be extending its live coverage far beyond its Czech borders.
ESPN "SportsCenter" anchor Keith Olbermann, whose plans to leave the network June 29 were revealed Wednesday, said Thursday that he will take a summertime sabbatical to recharge his battery and…
Talks between the TV industry and kidvid activists fell apart Thursday after Vice President Al Gore broke his silence on the subject and endorsed a plan backed by parents groups to strengthen the…
German pay-TV web Premiere has inked two megabuck pay TV output deals with Hollywood studio 20th Century Fox and with newcomer movie producer DreamWorks.
BET on Jazz has landed its highest-visibility event, a three-hour cablecast from the annual "Jazz Open Stuttgart '97" on July 25.
Pubcaster KCET-TV has secured the necessary funding to convert its Emmy-winning public affairs series "Life and Times" into a live broadcast each weeknight beginning January 1998 -- making it the…