Producer Ken Burns has signed up his series, "The Civil War," for another hitch with the PBS.
The general membership of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has given full voting status to all members of its executive committee, including presidential appointees.
Hughes's upcoming DirecTv satellite cable service has inked an output deal with a unit of Sony Pictures.
KCBS-TV anchor Michael Tuck, who has been missing in action for the past several weeks, is recuperating from surgery and expected to return to the station shortly.
Interim FCC chairman James Quello is willing to consider relaxing rules about TV station ownership if other FCC members agree, a Quello aide said Wednesday.
MTV promised it's not going to become "'Nightline' with a soundtrack" but it did play its newly discovered political influence to the hilt in its upfront presentation at the New York Public Library…
French production/distribution company Tele Images has closed format-rights negotiations with partners in Germany and Holland, underlining a continued Euro interest in acquiring rights to adapt TV…
A declining belief in the power of brand identity is "life-threatening" to broadcasters and advertising agencies, according to Robert L. James, chairman-CEO of McCann-Erickson Worldwide as well as…
Longtime employee Ben Grant has retired from Universal Pictures Feature Distribution department after 24 years in various capacities at the company. Grant was most recently manager of the…
Broadcasters may seek special tax incentives from Congress to offset the high cost of converting to digital program delivery systems. That was the word Tuesday from Art Angstreitch, a VP of tax…
Broadcasters needn't be overly afraid of technology and the advent of a 500 -channel marketplace, according to the heads of the CBS/Broadcast Group, Fox Broadcasting Co. and Paramount Domestic TV.