The battle between Fox News and Paramount TV regarding footage of John F. Kennedy Jr. is over.
In the first program shuffle of the new fall season, UPN has pushed back the bow of the Barry Sonnenfeld/Barry Josephson action drama "Secret Agent Man" until midseason.
Prolific TV producer and director Gene Weed, who began his career as a highly rated radio disc jockey in Los Angeles during the 1960s, died Thursday of cancer at his home in Chatsworth. He was 64.
"The Deep Blue Sea" will flow to Time Warner's TBS Superstation in the first broadcast window -- another example of Warner Bros. steering its theatrical movies to its sister company.
Rupert Murdoch's Fox Sports is making America fall in love with baseball again, while ESPN is causing frowns among Major League Baseball executives.
The National Basketball Assn. has granted exclusive satellite distribution for its out-of-market games over the next three years to DirecTV, and DirecTV's main competitor, EchoStar, is hopping mad.
The WB Network aims to drum up a heap of cross promotion with radio stations in the top 50 markets through its "WB Radio Music Awards," to be broadcast live Oct. 28 from the Mandalay Bay Resort…
David Spade ("Just Shoot Me") and Steve Harris ("The Practice") have signed on as presenters on next month's Emmycast.
TNT is charging into the original series arena with "Bull," a Wall Street-based ensemble drama from Warner Bros. TV. It is the first of at least a dozen series projects in development at the Time…
In its first survey designed to rank the popularity of cable TV programs, Marketing Evaluations has found gender plays a significant role in determining what's No. 1.
BBC Worldwide has acquired American interviewer Hy Gardner's TV and audio library, which comprises encounters with many Hollywood legends from the 1950s to the '80s.