A spicy "Gumbo" and smooth "R&B '98" specials are headed for syndication. House of Blues Entertainment and the Larry Thompson Organization are teaming to produce a new weekly music/pop culture hour…
The sixth-largest cable operator in the U.S., CSC (Cablevision Systems Corp.), will create a new all-foreign-film network called World Cinema.
Paramount Parks is downplaying rumors of a rift threatening the outlook for its oft-delayed Star Trek: The Experience attraction at the Las Vegas Hilton.
An estimated 50 million U.S. viewers tuned in for Princess Diana's funeral Saturday morning, 8 million fewer than witnessed her 1981 wedding to Prince Charles.
As five new syndie strips enter the daytime arena today, buzz is building in the station community about projects in the works for 1998.
Nathan Lane, who starred in the feature pic "The Birdcage," is in serious talks with Paramount Network TV to partner with "Frasier" creators David Angell, Peter Casey and David Lee on a sitcom for…
Fresh from the European compatibility wars, a new player in the interactive TV arena has made its bow on the U.S. scene: OpenTV Inc.
The prolific David E. Kelley strikes again with this deceptively clever piece of comedic drama that joins "The X-Files" and "Party of Five" in upping Fox's intellectual profile. Offbeat, engaging and…
Fox Kids Worldwide has begun the process of taking over IFE (Intl. Family Entertainment), and will lay off 45 employees in IFE's Virginia Beach, Va., headquarters as of Oct. 10.
ABC's "Good Morning America" threw a farewell party Friday for Joan Lunden, ending a 20-year tenure on the ayem show.
Lance B. Taylor on Friday was named vice president of current comedy programming at Fox Broadcasting Co., replacing Mark Ganshirt, who left the company the same day.