WNYW-TV in New York, the only Fox-owned station without Twentieth TV's syndicated version of "Cops," appears poised to grab the strip away from WNBC-TV next fall.
Disappointing Christmas tale is a project commissioned by American Playhouse and scripted by Michael Genet about a newly assigned 34-year-old minister, a pregnant homeless girl, a vet who runs a…
KCBS-TV narrowly surpassed KCAL-TV for the most honors in the Radio & Television News Assn. of Southern California's 1993 Golden Mike Awards competition.
The $ 30 billion proposed merger of Tele-Communications Inc. with Bell Atlantic Corp. will be the topic for “The Merger of the Century,” a general session at the National Assn. of Television Program…
Four Paramount-owned stations will provide a weeklong test for the first interactive gameshow strip starting Dec. 27, but a studio spokesman says chances are slim Par will roll out "Video Games…
It may be a slow week on Wall Street, but Tele-Communications Inc. isn't drifting into the holiday lull. The cable mammoth said Tuesday it plans to launch an international TV shopping business with…
So what do TV advertisers really fork out for -- household numbers or those younger demos? The latest Nielsen primetime TV advertising rates estimate underscores that it's the younger viewers that ad…
CBS' 38-year run televising the National Football League is ending, as NBC retained rights to the league's American Football Conference package with an estimated $ 880 million, four-year deal that…
CBS will reportedly move "In the Heat of the Night" into its vacant 9 p.m. Wednesday hour starting Jan. 12, replacing the venerable MGM TV drama with "How'd They Do That?" Thursdays at 8.
Time Warner's Gerald Levin, Sony Corp.'s Michael Schulhof, QVC's Barry Diller and News Corp.'s Rupert Murdoch are among the latest industry notables added to the Academy of Television Arts…
King World confirmed Monday that its new Rolonda Watts talkshow will replace the defunct "Les Brown Show" on Jan. 17.