Newscaster Catherine Crier will leave her primetime, one-hour daily interview show on Fox News Channel to host a midday legal news program on Court TV.
It looks like a "Mary Tyler Moore Show" update project is gonna make it after all.
MGM has enlisted TV vet Jules Haimovitz to spearhead the Lion's push to parlay its vast pic and TV library into new entertainment channels for the fast-growing world of digital cable and satellite TV…
Veteran producer Ken Horton has inked a two-year, overall development deal with Warner Bros. TV that also calls for him to serve as co-exec producer on "The Strip," Joel Silver's new action-drama…
As the title chances of the New York Knicks fade, so have NBC's hopes of averting an NBA Finals ratings decline of historic proportions.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is reminding voting members that ballots for the 1999 Primetime Emmy Awards must be received by ATAS accountants Ernst & Young by 5 p.m. today.
John O. Jarstad, a former sports announcer and journalist, died June 12 of heart failure and diabetes in Bremerton, Wash. He was 78. During the 1940s, Jarstad was sports editor of the Bremerton Sun…
Tempo at the Discop '99 TV market (Tuesday to Thursday) was even slower than the nearby Danube River's flow.
ProSieben's planned 24-hour news channel has been given a greenlight by the Bavarian media regulator (BLM).
Production outfit Metafilmics has optioned the TV rights to Judith Orloff's 1997 bestseller "Second Sight," the story of a psychiatrist's discovery of her own psychic powers.
Take heart, "Homicide" fans: Baltimore's crack homicide squad may yet be back to crack new cases for an NBC telefilm. Tom Fontana, exec producer of the just-canceled but much-loved police drama, is…