Exceptional sports have propelled NBC and ABC to the 1-2 positions atop primetime standings for Oct. 5-11, a week during which the WB was hot and UPN was not.
Fox on Tuesday shelved its third new comedy of the season, Sunday's "Holding the Baby," leaving just one of its new sitcoms, "That '70s Show," on the air for the November sweeps.
In yet another sign of network muscle-flexing, ABC is seeking domestic distribution rights to all movies and minis produced by outside suppliers, insiders said Tuesday.
CNBC morning anchor Felicia Taylor is ankling the biz news channel to join WNBC as co-anchor of the weekend edition of "Today in New York."
The National Basketball Assn.'s 51-year consecutive game streak -- it was the only major pro sport that hadn't lost a game because of a work stoppage -- is history.
Gotham sportscaster Marv Albert is being embraced by the city -- ABC's "Spin City," that is.
Just days after canceling "Costello," Fox is scrapping its Friday 8-9 p.m. sitcom lineup, and will launch the new Warner Bros. TV drama "Brimstone" there on Oct. 23.
TV and film producer Michael Preger has returned to his native Miami to set up Preger Entertainment, which is already prepping a "Day of the Triffids" miniseries for Hallmark.
HBO can count on at least one more Emmy nomination next year. The network scores with this modern Greek tragedy played out amid civil war-torn Bosnia. Based on a true story by American journalist…
China Central TV (CCTV), the country's national network, is toying with the idea of launching an international 24-hour Mandarin-language news channel.
Paula Weinstein's Spring Creek Prods. has inked a two-year, first-look longform deal with Columbia TriStar Television. Under the agreement, Spring Creek and Columbia TriStar will work together to…
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