Veteran TV program sales execs Eric Rennagel and Ray Donahue, along with former CBS Intl. president Rainer Siek and technology expert David Wheeler, have formed Tivix, an online program distribution…
Fox is moving its soph comedy hit "That '70s Show" to Monday nights and benching first-year dramas "Time of Your Life" and "Get Real" for the February sweeps.
The Frog net today will announce a formal production commitment to "Hype!," a Warner Bros. Television/ Marquee Tollin-Robbins-produced primetime sketch comedy skein being created by "Mad TV"…
Chase wastes no time with formalities as he roams North Jersey locales to peek at the shenanigans and shakedowns.
A growing number of network execs and producers say they believe the Great Drug Scandal of 2000 has been completely overblown.
In 1924, British climbers George Mallory and Andrew "Sandy" Irvine disappeared while attempting to become the first to reach the summit of Mount Everest. Exactly how far they climbed and how they…
With tongue planted firmly in cheek, Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert offer this farcical fantasy as half of the "Back 2 Back Action Hour" which, along with "Cleopatra 2525," replaces the departing hour…
The Disney Channel will finally launch in Latin America in mid-2000, available to cable systems only as a premium channel, and on direct-to-home exclusively with satcaster Galaxy Latam.
Latenight talkshow host David Letterman underwent successful multiple bypass surgery Friday and is expected to make a full recovery.
"Dharma & Greg" and "The X-Files" received kudos Thursday at the ninth annual Environmental Media Awards, held at the Beverly Hilton.
Studio chiefs are balking at NBC's decision to eliminate drama pilots in favor of shorter 30-minute presentations, but the Peacock says it doesn't plan to budge.