The Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors has announced the nominees for its 17th annual Honors Awards.
Michael B. Seligman, who has associate produced the Academy Awards for 22 years, will serve as exec producer of the next Oscar show, according to telecast producers Richard D. Zanuck and Lili Fini…
Former BBC and Discovery Communications exec Liz Barron has been tapped VP of programming for BBC America.
David Letterman isn't exactly breathing down Jay Leno's neck, but he is finishing November closer to his latenight rival than he has during any major sweeps month (excluding the 1998 Winter Olympics)…
It speaks volumes about the state of network television that ABC would devote 17 consecutive nights of November sweeps to "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" but couldn't squeeze in two hours for a show…
Writer-producer Jonathan Katz -- the self-confessed "troubled" mind behind Comedy Central's animated hit "Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist" -- has inked an overall multiyear deal to develop primetime…
The changing of the zeroes seems a topic tailor-made for Dennis Miller's ironic wit, since the hype is so disproportionate to the event's significance. But maybe the Y2K bug and the corresponding…
The just-concluded November sweeps saw the recent downward drift in Los Angeles news ratings continue, with KABC the only English-lingo station to consistently buck the gloomy trend.
Last month's trade deal between the World Trade Organization and China has put the spotlight on China's nearly 1 billion -- and growing -- TV viewers.
Fox has canceled "Action," the critically acclaimed but low-rated series whose edgy content had been lambasted by some, applauded by others.
ABC has won the development rights to an Artists Television Group-produced half-hour laffer to star budding African-American comic Aisha Tyler.