With the NBA playoffs and their ratings impact fading immediately into the past, the prime time Nielsens returned to business as usual last week -- CBS won in households, ABC won in adults 18-49 and…
High school seniors sweating over SAT and college admission tests are the target audience for a pay-per-view special to run a number of times this October and early November.
Former "In the Heat of the Night" co-star Anne-Marie Johnson will join the ensemble cast next season of the Fox Broadcasting Co. sketch comedy series "In Living Color." Johnson recently left "Heat"…
Television headlines have been dominated lately by talk of interactivity -- questions of when it's coming, what form it will take and who will profit from it.
An agreement by the television networks to present viewer advisories warning of programs that contain violence will be unveiled here today at a Capitol Hill press conference,according to an industry…
Canadian broadcaster Trina McQueen has signed on as VP-general manager of the Discovery Channel in Canada, overseeing efforts to license and establish the specialty TV service.
NBC's weak week 7.6/15 The Peacock Web endured its third-worst average in history as CBS moved into first place in an underwhelming Nielsen week. Story, page 8.
David Letterman got a going-away present his last night on NBC: Big ratings. Friday's "Late Night," with guest Tom Hanks and a surprise appearance by Bruce Springsteen, won roughly double Letterman's…
QVC Network Inc. chairman and chief executive Barry Diller said the company planned to redesign its fashion channel, with details expected this summer.
Is a TV show excused from sticking to the truth if it isn't branded "news"? In at least one instance, CBS says yes.
What this country needs is a new "Lassie" movie. And who better to carry on the tradition than producer Lorne Michaels?