Television nominees for Golden Reels for sound editing represented a broad cross-section of genres. Contenders range from top-rated episodic dramas like "ER" and "Chicago Hope" to fantasy and sci-fi…
Wise repackaging of a December pay-per-view event, PBS proves a little spectacle can't hurt during a pledge drive. It's a distant cry, in music and staging, from the broadcaster's usual music…
Oprah Winfrey on Thursday won her court battle against Texas cattlemen when a federal jury ruled she did not slander the beef industry in a 1996 installment of her talkshow concerning mad cow disease.
The makers of Britain's most successful children's television show, "Art Attack," have inked a major production deal with Buena Vista that could be worth in excess of $1.6 million. Tiny U.K.
Internet gossip columnist Matt Drudge has inked a deal with the Fox News Channel to host an as-yet-untitled weekly celebrity news show.
Peace Corps volunteers, catering crews and an improv gameshow exec produced by "Politically Incorrect's" Bill Maher are some of the concepts on Brillstein-Grey Entertainment's pilot plate this spring.
The CBS premiere of "Four Corners" placed a disappointing fourth in homes and fell to fifth place among the adults 18-49 in its first hour, behind the WB's "Dawson's Creek."
Bob Jeffords, unit production manager for "Murphy Brown" since 1988, will receive the Directors Guild of America's Frank Capra Achievement Award at the org's annual ceremony on March 7.
Can lightning strike twice for Richard Dominick, the man who made "Jerry Springer" a hot commodity in talk TV? Dominick is developing a project, tentatively titled "Stings," for USA Networks…
Warner Bros. TV has restructured its deal with Drew Carey, the star, executive producer and co-creator of ABC's "The Drew Carey Show," who will now earn an estimated $300,000 per episode.
EXCLUSIVEThe FX cabler has staked out "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," picking up rerun rights to the hit WB Network drama starting in 2001.