Nely Galan, the Hispanic TV personality who owns her own production company, has the inside track to land the coveted slot of host of Lifetime's new latenight talkshow.
As long anticipated, NBC claimed victory Thursday for the official 1996-'97 primetime broadcast TV season, winning the Nielsen household count as well as all the key 18-49 and 25-54 demo groups.
Peter Lund, CEO of Westinghouse Electric Group's CBS Television and Cable Group, resigned abruptly Thursday after losing a power struggle over control of the web's TV station group.
Again proving that visiting Los Angeles gives your talkshow a huge ratings boost in the city, Oprah Winfrey rebounded from her February defeat to knock off Rosie O'Donnell and earn back her crown in…
CBS this fall will attempt a tricky balancing act, eyeing younger demos without chasing its core older viewers to cable.
The Clinton administration broadsided broadcasters Thursday, telling the FCC that it should keep its current ownership limit of one TV station per market.
KCAL has secured exclusive broadcast rights for the weekly California Lottery show "The Big Spin" as well as the California Lottery SuperLotto, Daily 3 and Fantasy 5 Draw beginning July 1.
With six weeks to go before becoming Germany's first publicly listed web, third-ranked commercial channel Pro7 has released an impressive set of results for 1996 and the first quarter of 1997.
CBS Television and Cable CEO Peter Lund's abrupt resignation Thursday cast a heavy pall over the network's presentation of its fall schedule to advertisers.
NBC Sports said Thursday it will stand by announcer Marv Albert, declining to suspend him from calling this weekend's NBA playoff games.