CBS is scrapping a "60 Minutes" segment planned for this Sunday on anchor Dan Rather's interview with actor Bill Cosby.
Pan-Latino newsnet CBS TeleNoticias has hired two prominent TV reporters, Lourdes del Rio and Lori Montenegro.
In an embarrassing twist in the assault by Kerry Stokes' Seven Network on the news and cur-rent affairs supremacy of Kerry Packer's Nine web, Jana Wendt, Oz's equivalent of Barbara Walters, took…
While the syndicated magazine genre has taken quite a beating this year, most mags, especially those fo-cused on entertainment, have begun a quiet recovery over the past few weeks.
Continuing its plans to develop programming tiers in one of the world's fastest-growing cable markets, Globo subsidiary NET Brasil is seeking tenders for an equipment deal worth around $150 million…
TV Azteca CEO Ricardo Salinas Pliego is on the road this month, drumming up interest in a $350 million debt offering the broadcaster plans to make in early February.
The new TV ratings program guidelines may provide a shield for broadcasters to pro-vide even more primetime bathroom humor, said Senate Communications Subcommittee chairman Conrad Burns (R-Mont.)…
First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton will appear on "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" Feb. 3.
TF1, France's leading terrestrial broadcaster, has reported that estimated profits for 1996 fell by 8.6% to 550 million francs ($101 million), despite a 2.8% rise in revenues, which last year hit…
Spain's top-rated private station Antena 3 has taken a 15% stake in Spanish digital platform CanalSatelite Digital (CSD).
Rupert Murdoch's British Sky Broadcasting will launch a digital platform in the U.K. and immediately plans to order 1 million signal decoders worth almost $400 million.