After months of rumors and uncertainty over the fate of private broadcaster Prima TV, a new management team introduced itself on Dec. 3.
The retro trend continues. Columbia TriStar TV is out pitching a remake of the drama "Fantasy Island," and sources say UPN is very interested in getting its hands on the show.
MGM Gold, the 24-hour movie network, has announced several deals at the Cable and Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia conference.
Oprah Winfrey may sell more books, but morning news shows - and NBC's "Today," in particular - are better friends to publishers.
The relaunch of NBC's "The Tony Danza Show" in its new 8:30 p.m. Wednesday timeslot performed nearly 10% better than it had at 8 p.m., but the show still placed fourth in both homes and demos against…
We all know what the world's oldest profession is. But this sumptuously detailed, ultra-comprehensive four-hour historical doc makes a strong case for magic being the second-oldest, blending film…
SFX Broadcasting is in negotiations to acquire Pace Entertainment, one of the leading promoters of concerts, legit and motor sport events.
After a respectable test run Monday, NBC is moving the Jenny McCarthy sitcom "Jenny" to 8:30 p.m. on that night for the last three weeks of December.
Jack the Ripper comes loping again out of the 1888 London fog in yet another version of his crimes, his motives and his often-surmised, never-proved identity. Deadly dull and begging, entry imported…
In an irony that's almost too perfect to be true, the food commissary at KCBS-TV faces closure Friday unless the independent company that runs the facility, B-Right's food service, ponies up $586 in…