NBC's stunning $1.27 billion preemptive strike last week to lock up domestic television rights for both the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney and the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City seems on the…
ABC has filled its affiliation gap in the Big Easy, signing a 10-year deal with Tribune-owned WGNO New Orleans.
Dismissing fears that they're playing fast and loose with the First Amendment, the Senate Commerce Committee on Aug. 10 easily passed two new bills aimed at curbing violence on TV. The legislation…
Though the story is set in the year 2053, the vidpic is peppered with the styles of the 1950s, from hair and dress fashions to June Cleaver-type moms and black-and-white TVs.
Host: Bruce Burkhardt. Viewers who don't know beans about the production of coffee are likely to enjoy this spirited and informative look at the burgeoning industry that has turned a beverage into a…
The beautifully photographed underwater work comes ashore and scientist John Castro demonstrates how the hammerhead can be bright yellow. He opens a fish stomach ("This is really gross," he…
His oncologist (Christine Lahti) offers no comfort. Chris is shut out from what he needs most: someone leveling, someone who understands the dreadful fear of the unknown.
CBS' “Late Show With David Letterman” remained on top in the latenight race during the July 24-30 Nielsen week. “Late Show” posted a 5.1 rating and 15 share, beating NBC's “Tonight Show with Jay…
Time Warner Cable, facing the wrath of the Federal Communications Commission for 946 complaints of rate-gouging by the company's cable systems, has signed a contract with the FCC agreeing to improve…
The past year's surge in advertising spending is the beginning of a five-year trend that will fuel a “significant turnaround” in spending on programming by the television industry in coming years…