Following in the footsteps of Gotham's WCBS, KCBS Los Angeles has yanked frosh syndie yakker "Dr. Joy Browne" from its daytime lineup.
The European Commission has OK'd pay TV giant BSkyB to take a 24% stake in the German Kirch Group's pay TV platform Premiere World.
"Lady Audley's Secret," the newest installment in the "Mystery!" franchise was not a classy book, and Lady Audley is not a classy character, although she could play the role. Rather than a surprising…
Sundance Channel has acquired television rights to "The Decalogue," Polish filmmaker Krzysztof Kieslowski's series of films inspired by the Ten Commandments.
"Boy band" reaches the status of laws and sausage in the list of things no one should ever see being made. "Making the Band" is exactly what it says it is: Auditions of 1,000 hopefuls from which five…
The Barry Levinson/Tom Fontana police drama "The Beat" premiered Tuesday to moderate Nielsen ratings, bringing more viewers to UPN but failing to make any real demo gains.
USA has locked up the basic-cable rights to the Warner Bros. sitcoms "Martin" and "Living Single" for a license fee that will add up to about $21 million for the two.
MTV is bulking up its "10 Spot" with six new series, including "MTV Cribs," which will take viewers on a tour of celebrities' homes.
It's gonna be a long summer: Nielsen is expected to announce today that the 2000-01 TV season will kick off on Oct. 2, two weeks later than usual.
Veteran NBC News correspondent David Bloom has been named co-anchor of the weekend editions of NBC News' "Today."
Just 15 months after taking over as prexy of Fox Entertainment, Doug Herzog ankled the web Wednesday, bringing to a close another turbulent chapter in the history of Fox programming chiefs.