Frank Sinatra will make a rare television appearance on the Grammy Awards telecast next month to be presented with the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences Legend Award.
After a protracted four-network battle for her services, newswoman Diane Sawyer decided to stay at ABC. According to insiders, Sawyer signed a three-year pact worth between $ 6 million and $ 7…
In the pseudo-realistic talkshow world of HBO's satirical "The Larry Sanders Show," the real David Letterman appeared and told the fictional Larry Sanders that he wanted Tom Snyder to host a…
British Sky Broadcasting has finally closed a three-year output deal for pay TV rights to movies backed by British Screen Finance, the U.K.'s semipublic film-funding body.
Sen. Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii) has sent a letter to FCC chairman Reed Hundt urging further cuts in cable TV rates and asking that the agency ensure "reasonable" pricing for basic cable service.
The BBC is planning to launch an international news and current affairs channel in the U.S. within the next year as part of its plans to expand World Service Television.
Promising to become the C-SPAN of jazz music, WorldJazz Inc. will start a 24 -hour TV channel devoted exclusively to the popular genre.
Media baron Rupert Murdoch said Tuesday the British Broadcasting Corp. could lose a key channel on his Star TV satellite network unless it addressed bias charges leveled by India and China.
CBS has scheduled the George C. Scott drama "Traps" for 10 p.m. Thursdays starting March 31.
Brian Lowry: Changing Channels
Harkening back to the old days of KABC-TV -- which once offered a 3-D swimsuit edition of "Eye on L.A."-- ABC struts out babes in bikinis for the February sweeps to give the guys an alternative to…