"Street Stories" has a new executive producer, Mike Rubin. Rubin joins the prime time CBS news magazine from "Eye to Eye with Connie Chung," which debuts next month.
Clarifying the new conservative government's position on the TV sector, French communications minister Alain Carignon said he would relax rules preventing any shareholder from holding more than a 25%…
The BBC's top light entertainment star, Noel Edmonds, will fly to the United States in the next few days to resume negotiations for a U.S. TV deal, following Thursday's news that he had agreed to a…
Fox Broadcasting Co. has reached a deal with Columbia Pictures TV on a two-year renewal of the comedy "Married ... With Children," the only surviving series from the initial April 1987 prime time…
The deal between Columbia Pictures TV and ABC Prods. on the ABC drama "Do the Strand" could be the tip of a much larger iceberg -- providing a model for network-studio alliances in defraying the cost…
Fox Broadcasting Co.'s "TheChevy Chase Show" will premiere Sept. 7, the day after Labor Day, with clearances reaching 93% of the U.S., according to the weblet.
Some of the most famous drive-in movies of the '50s are coming back -- but this time you won't need a drive-in, just cable.
"Jane," the Lifetime young-adult chat show hosted by Sassy magazine editor Jane Pratt, has been canceled, the victim of low ratings and infighting at the cable network.
ABC has finally set a long-in-the-works deal with Roseanne and Tom Arnold's Wapello County Prods. calling for the couple to develop series and specials for the network (Daily Variety, April 14).
NBC will reportedly add a two-hour comedy block next fall, either Monday or Tuesday night, and will likely add a new two-hour "mystery movie" wheel on Friday.
New cable TV regs won't be enforced unless the Federal Communications Commission gets more money from Congress, chairman James Quello said Thursday.