Warner Bros. Television has promoted two veteran execs from its administrative ranks.
When KABC last week moved talkshow host Michael Jackson to a weekend slot, they apparently neglected to tell the host he'll replace: Susan Estrich.
It's summertime, and the selling is easy --- for distributors of syndie talkshows hosted by Maury Povich and Roseanne.
Longtime TV veteran John Litvack has ankled Walt Disney TV after eight years at the studio and has joined the WB netlet as senior vice president of current programming.
Canal+ Netherlands has inked a five-year, 145 million guilder ($73 million) deal that gives it rights to broadcast live on pay TV all Premiere League or Honor League soccer games in Holland.
After three prolific but unprofitable years in the feature film business, Rysher Entertainment is calling it quits.
Everywhere you turn during TV's evening hours, you will find them. Not doctors or lawyers or detectives or whining yuppies. Not single mothers and the wacky neighbors who love them.
After months of speculation, "Access Hollywood" now is officially in the market for a new male co-anchor.
Gail Berman ankled her Sandollar TV presidency, choosing to move into an advisory capacity. A Tuesday story indicated otherwise.
The Fourth of July holiday has brought the usual collection of record-low primetime Nielsen results, but continued summer strength from "Dateline NBC" has kept the Peacock first in June 30-July 6…
Discovery Communications and the British Broadcasting Corp. are finally on the verge of completing their global partnership deal, which has been in negotiation since last year.