George Schaefer, the prolific producer-director who was the driving force behind more than 55 "Hallmark Hall of Fame" TV dramas, died Wednesday after a prolonged illness. He was 76.
Three years after his much-hyped and roundly criticized departure from "NYPD Blue" to center a couple of feature flops, David Caruso is back where he belongs , on a TV series acting soquietly intense…
In an unprecedented show of media unity, Televisa and seven other media companies have unveiled plans for Mexico's first telethon, with proceeds to benefit handicapped children.
Mandalay Television chairman Peter Guber has swapped a piece of his entertainment empire for a stake in a new Canadian film and television production company.
Nineteen co-signers of DirecTV Japan applied for broadcast licenses for 91 channels to the Post and Telecommunications Ministry as the satellite platform rolls toward its December starting date.
Fox's two-hour season premiere of "Beverly Hills 90210" rated an impressive 9.8/16 in households and a 7.4/21 in adults 18-49 from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday, hurting season premiere of the WB…
Grupo Prisa CEO Juan Luis Cebrian took his company's epic digital TV battle with the Spanish government to Washington Thursday, where he warned that efforts to eliminate his company's exclusive…
Network ownership, TV content labels and ratings erosion dominated the annual gathering Thursday of network entertainment chiefs at the Hollywood Radio & TV Society luncheon.
French President Jacques Chirac honored the entertainment business on Thursday, distributing Legion d'Honneur awards to some top international and local industry names.
UPN has cemented its affiliation deals with the A.H. Belo station group, landing a new primary affiliate in Spokane, Wash., and inking long-term renewals with two other Belo outlets in midsize…