Jim Henson Interactive has struck a deal to develop original online content exclusively for the Microsoft Network.
The USA Network has blown out the broadcast-network window for six theatrical movies, buying them for exclusive three-year license terms following their run on pay TV.
More changes are afoot behind the scenes of the Carsey-Werner-produced NBC freshman comedy "Men Behaving Badly" - which already has endured revisions at the top, as well as feuds among the talent…
ABC has unveiled a toll-free hotline providing content-ratings information for upcoming primetime shows.
King World has sold its newsmag "Inside Edition" in 90 markets, including all of the top 10, for next season. ABC O&O WLS Chicago, and KHOU Houston have renewed "Inside Edition" through the year 2000.
Emmy Award-winning writer Bruce Vilanch has been named to the writing team of the 69th Academy Awards presentation, producer Gilbert Cates announced Tuesday.
Geraldo Rivera's "Rivera Live" talkshow on CNBC beat its chief cable talk competitor, "Larry King Live," for the first time in the prime demographic aged 25 to 54 during the fourth quarter of 1996.
Richard Licata, senior vice president of publicity and public relations of Fox Broadcasting Co., has been named chairman of the Television Publicity Executive Committee. NBC VP of entertainment press…
Artear, Argentina's second largest broadcaster, is setting up a Miami-based distribbery to handle growing export sales.
The Children's Television Workshop is readying its most extensive development slate to date in a bid to expand from the pubcaster preschool market to more commercial, older-skewing fare.