Veteran TV host Raul Velasco is taking a leave of absence from Televisa due to illness, marking the end of his Sunday variety show "Siempre en Domingo" after 28 years.
Oprah Winfrey can defeat the beef industry in the heart of cow country, but even the long-reigning queen of talk can't stop the "Jerry Springer" juggernaut.
China Entertainment Television founder Robert Chua told Daily Variety that he has found new investors to revive his struggling satellite broadcaster.
The Tribune Company no longer faces a March 22 deadline for selling its Miami TV station under an agreement the broadcaster has tentatively reached with the Federal Communications Commission…
Fred Friendly, who put his stamp on a generation of news producers and correspondents as a hands-on executive during the glory days of CBS News in the 1950s and '60s under Edward R. Murrow, died at…
The Japanese government launched a panel on Wednesday aimed at protecting the nation's youth from violence and obscene material in the media. The move comes in the wake of copycat knifing incidents…
Not even the Winter Olympics can slow down the Jerry Springer Express. With just one night remaining in the Los Angeles-area February sweeps race, Springer's nightly 11 p.m. outing on KCAL was poised…
Despite disappointing ratings for the Winter Olympics, CBS Wednesday declared an easy February sweeps victory in total households and the key demographics.
Getting a 29-month jump on hyping NBC's coverage of the 2000 Summer Olympics from Sydney, Australia, cablenet CNBC will on Saturday premiere a half-hour (4-4:30 p.m. PT) weekly update on everything…
CBS on Wednesday canceled its midseason drama "Four Corners" after just two episodes and yanked sitcoms "The Gregory Hines Show" and "Step by Step" from this Friday's schedule.
Chile's premier music fest Vina del Mar, which just wrapped its 39th edition, scored a socko 35.5 household rating average over its six nights on network Megavision -- a 27% increase over 1997's…