Bill Lord, who in his two years as news director has guided KNBC-TV to some of its best ratings of the 1990s, is resigning his post to return to his hometown of Seattle and KIRO-TV.
In a major cast revamp, Ron Eldard and Justine Bateman will exit the NBC sitcom "Men Behaving Badly" shortly after the start of its sophomore season, leaving Rob Schneider as the only remaining…
Time Warner Inc.'s bid to become a major player in the Gallic cable sector appears to have run into difficulties, according to press reports over the weekend.
Kidvid advocates told members of Congress Monday that they could reach a final agreement on a beefed-up program labeling system as early as today, but network lobbyists insist that there are still…
Cable operators were less than thrilled when an early knockout engineered by Oscar De La Hoya caused the premiere episode of the second season of HBO's satirical sitcom "Arliss" to run 35 minutes…
Two Voices (Mon. (16), 9-11 p.m., Lifetime) Filmed in San Diego by Freyda Rothstein Prods. and Hearst Entertainment. Executive producer, Freyda Rothstein; director, Peter Levin; writer, Jim Macak…
Canadian animation house Lacewood Prods. will be declared bankrupt unless it has paid off its C$2.4 million ($1.7 million) in loans to Paragon Entertainment Corp. by July 23.
The rematch June 28 in Las Vegas between heavyweights Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield is expected by fight telecast officials to generate about $130 million, which would place it among the most…
In the latest of a series of senior management appointments, King World Prods. has named Steven LoCascio senior vice president and chief financial officer.
The ratings for “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” for the week ending June 8 were 4.5/15 in households, 2.4/13 with adults 18-49; ratings for “Late Show with David Letterman” that week were 3.6/11 in…