Blue-collar auteur Michael Moore has inked a three-series production pact with the U.K.'s Channel 4.
Television programming continues to be dominated by violence and the amount of violent programming in primetime has steadily increased during the past three years, a cable industry-sponsored study…
NBC has shelved midseason comedy "House Rules" a week early, diminishing its chances for pickup next season.
It won't be enough for DreamWorks TV's "Spin City" to harvest big bucks when it storms into rerun syndication in the fall of 2000 -- all of the other sitcom competitors of "Spin City" will have to go…
Cable TV operators in Japan will be allowed to use fiber optic networks owned by telecommunications companies starting this month, the Posts and Telecommunications Ministry said on Monday.
CNN has nixed plans to team up with both Money and Fortune magazines on their new "CNNewstand" offering skedded to air Wednesday nights beginning in June.
In what may be the final blow to ABC's "Ellen," the web has decided not to air any more episodes this season except for the one-hour finale on May 13.
MGM Intl. Television Distribution has inked a multiyear agreement to license substantial TV and film product to Orbit Satellite Television, a satcaster that beams into the Middle East and North…
ABC has yanked Columbia TriStar TV's midseason drama "Push" after the drama fell to ABC's lowest rating on record in the Monday 8 p.m.-9 p.m. timeslot.
Dick Morris, a former adviser to President Clinton, has landed a pundit post at Fox News Channel.