Byron Allen has been tapped as host of this year's Los Angeles area Emmy Awards. Trophies for the local TV biz will be handed out Saturday at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. The 50th annual kudofest…
Young Broadcasting's KCAL emerged as the sleeper success story of the local May sweep.
Look for ... ABC to mellow with yellow. Despite all the criticism, not to mention ABC's continued ratings slump, the Disney-owned network has reupped its controversial "yellow" ad campaign for…
It's never wrong to celebrate the client, and Lord knows there was plenty of that going on last week when Time Warner introduced its "NewsStand" lineup for three new CNN cable shows next month…
DirecTV Japan on Tuesday for the first time released the number of subscribers it has in Japan, saying it enlisted 109,000 customers to its service since it started up last December.
A McKinsey Report in Holland indicates it will cost the Dutch government plenty if it cuts commercial advertising from its three state channels.
NBC has formally claimed victory for the 1997-98 season and for the May sweeps, which comes as no surprise, since this is probably the first May victory ever clinched on Christmas Eve.
Faced with mounting criticism, "The Jerry Springer Show" has decided to abandon plans to air a show focused on bestiality titled "I Married a Horse!"
A change is gonna come -- that was the message NBC affiliates took home from the Peacock web's three-day affiliate confab this week in Los Angeles.
Philip Barry, Jr., a well-known stage, film and television producer, died May 16 of cancer at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. He was 74.
As expected, Fox will aggressively go after ABC and NBC's Tuesday night lineups by moving its animated hit "King of the Hill" from Sunday to Tuesday at 8 p.m. this fall.