The 49th Primetime Emmy Awards were a celebration of TV's social conscience and the medium's ability to move minds, emotions and attitudes as it entertains.
With an eye toward filling a growing hunger for nature-themed programming, Mandalay Entertainment chieftain Peter Guber unveiled on Wednesday Mandalay Media Arts, a new division of his production…
Comedian Red Skelton, widely popular in radio, films and TV from the 1940s through the early '70s, died Wednesday morning after a long illness at Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage. He was 84.
CBS News president Andrew Heyward issued yet another apology for the Eye web's delay in covering Princess Diana's fatal car accident Aug. 31, this time to disgruntled affiliates gathered here for the…
On the heels of its historic Emmy win Sunday night, "Frasier" shined in its off-network syndication debut Monday.
Corporate infighting at Court TV is generating as much drama as the trials the network has covered recently.
Televisa's filmmaking subsidiary Televicine has inked an unorthodox co-production deal --- with a Russian partner.
Meego (Bronson Pinchot), a space alien, lands on Earth while he repairs his ship, is discovered by a couple of kids and persuaded to stay on as the nanny in their single-parent home. If viewers are…
"Dumb & Dumber" has gone into the record books as the most-watched theatrical movie ever on cable, harvesting 4,695,000 cable households during its 8 p.m. (ET) run Sunday on TBS.
Newly hired UPN president and CEO Dean Valentine said Tuesday he plans to broaden the netlet's target audience in order "to be the No. 1 network, not just in demos, households, reach and…
Polygram Television has signed a two-year longform TV distribution deal with Francis Ford Coppola's American Zoetrope.