WNBC finished first with the New York City Marathon. In its first year broadcasting the five-borough race, WNBC won its time period Sunday with an 8 rating/20 share from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., surpassing…
ABC's primetime rivals may be facing the hard-knock life for the next two weeks: "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" is back, and it's stronger than ever. The Regis Philbin-hosted "Millionaire" returned…
Dutch telecommunications authority OPTA has ruled in favor of Canal Plus in a long-running dispute the French pay TV king has had with United Pan-Europe Communications (UPC).
Adding to its list of gameshow formats for the international marketplace, Columbia TriStar Intl. TV has acquired the Latin America distribution rights to syndie stalwart "Name That Tune" from Sandy…
Nickelodeon is branching into longform programming with a slate of original telefilms based primarily on existing Nick properties.
NBC with Ted Turner's TNT and TBS will share the first network window for MGM's "The Thomas Crown Affair."
The new Fox gameshow "Greed" won't make anyone forget "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," but it could help beleaguered Fox overcome the disappointment over "Action."
By way of a $600,000 grant, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting has greenlit production on docu series "Senior Year."
ABC has inked a talent holding deal with young actress Alicia Morton, the star of this past weekend's "Wonderful World of Disney" remake of "Annie."
"Milgaard," a controversial two-hour telepic currently banned from Canadian TV, has won more Gemini awards than any other TV program in Canada this year.
Former "NewsRadio" thesp Joe Rogan has landed at Fox Broadcasting, where he has a deal to develop a sitcom for fall 2000.