One day after placing John Symes in charge of its new MGM Worldwide TV Group, the studio has named James F. Griffiths president of international TV distribution and MGM Networks.
The Fourth of July holiday has brought the usual collection of record-low primetime Nielsen results, but continued summer strength from "Dateline NBC" has kept the Peacock first in June 30-July 6…
Discovery Communications and the British Broadcasting Corp. are finally on the verge of completing their global partnership deal, which has been in negotiation since last year.
Now that key lawmakers are making public pledges to observe a legislative cease-fire, the television industry may have a new TV content code as early as Thursday morning, industry sources said…
They may be nervous as hell about it, but broadcasters are lining up to place their bets in the Roseanne sweepstakes.
Time Warner Cable and the city of New York may be headed for a major dust-up over the city's claim on three of the 12 channels that TW will add to its cable system in Manhattan this fall.
Third and final seg of the PBS China series by Ambrica's Sue Williams, "Born Under the Red Flag" kicks off with Mao's death and settles into Deng Xiaoping's comparatively gentler Communist rule…
Discovery Networks jumped into the HDTV race Tuesday with a plan to launch a full-blown high-definition TV signal within three months.
MGM is restructuring its TV division and handing control of all international TV to John P. Symes, who's been upped to president of the newly created MGM Worldwide TV Group.
Warner Bros. Television has promoted two veteran execs from its administrative ranks.
When KABC last week moved talkshow host Michael Jackson to a weekend slot, they apparently neglected to tell the host he'll replace: Susan Estrich.