Tribune Broadcasting is poised to open its own chapter of the "Everybody Loves Raymond" fan club.
The Public Broadcasting Service will launch PBS Kids Channel, its first digital broadcast channel, PBS prexy Ervin Duggan announced at the Television Critics Assn. press tour in Pasadena.
Hallmark Entertainment's new adaptation of George Orwell's savage political satire "Animal Farm," which, at $24 million, is one of the costliest made-for-cable movies ever filmed, will get a…
Antonio Mora has been named news anchor for "Good Morning America," Shelley Ross, the program's executive producer, announced Monday.
CBS has scored brawny Sunday football-overrun numbers to assure itself an easy primetime Nielsens victory in Jan. 11-17 household results, scheduled for release by Nielsen today.
If advertisers preferred the New York Jets or the high-flying Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl XXXIII, they're not telling Fox, which has only two of 58 in-game ad slots left to sell on the Jan. 31…
SAT2000, the Catholic satellite TV network controlled by Italy's bishops, will start broadcasting Jan. 18, "Caro Domani" (Dear Tomorrow), Italy's first Catholic soap opera.
Final filming on the CBS miniseries "Too Rich: The Secret Life of Doris Duke," starring Lauren Bacall, has begun in Honolulu. Bacall plays the billionaire tobacco heiress.
NBC's hot-starting "Providence" has lost more than one-fourth of its 18-49 audience in its second try Jan. 15, but the family drama, starring Melina Kanakaredes, still dominated its slot and…
Acting on an oft-pronounced desire for a change in the look of its advertising, Procter & Gamble has retained feature film director Lesli Linka Glatter ("The Proposition," "Now & Then") to helm TV…
Cabler VH1 has ordered 12 episodes of the new show "Video Timeline," a half-hour weekly series that examines the careers of musical artists.
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