Written circa 1622 by Thomas Middleton and William Rowley, "The Changeling" has been truncated by adapter Michael Hastings, who's lopped off the lighter hoopla that was penned by Rowley (and favored…
An angry Writers Guild of America East on Thursday called for Baltimore viewers and guild members to "turn off" WBAL-TV for the May sweeps period to support employees at the station.
Jeff Sagansky, one of the architects of CBS' historic third-to-first ratings turnaround, will take the long-expected step of leaving the network, handing the reins to exec VP Peter Tortorici.
Children of the Dark" explores a bizarre disease whose sufferers live in the dark due to their extreme sensitivity to light. Strong lead acting and strange subject matter make the ratings prognosis…
Want to head a network entertainment division? Don't plan on longevity.
Implementation of the 1992 cable TV reregulation bill has become a "fiasco" under new FCC chairman Reed Hundt, Senate Minority Leader Robert Dole claimed late Thursday in a speech delivered on the…
In 1964, Hazel Brannon Smith became the first woman to win a Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing. Jane Seymour portrays the well-bred Mississippi belle and small-town newspaper publisher, who became…
TV stations in Boston and Denver opened up their wallets in a big way to acquire reruns of the NBC hit "Seinfeld" from Columbia TriStar TV Distribution.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corp., the national pubcaster, outbid the private competition to win the exclusive broadcast rights in Canada for the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.
MTV will expand its presence to radio with "MTV's Weekend Revolution," a three-hour syndicated program featuring an alternative music countdown, artist interviews and MTV News reports.
Creative Artists Agency has hired former Agency for the Performing Arts senior veepee Steve Tellez, ending a lengthy search for a top television talent agent, sources said Thursday.