And that's the way it is at Discovery Communications. Legendary newsman Walter Cronkite has signed a three-year contract with the parent of the Discovery Channel and the Learning Channel, under which…
E! Entertainment Television is taking a page out of Fox Broadcasting's programming stunt book.
Calling TV violence America's No. 1 health problem, panelists testifying before a House subcommittee yesterday called for better labeling of television programs containing violence and tougher…
QVC Network's latest filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission reveals just why Barry Diller bought a major stake in the home shopping channel last week.
The combination of "60 Minutes,""Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" and the Patty Duke-Loretta Swit vidpic "A Killer Among Friends" has nudged CBS ahead of ABC in prime time Nielsens results for the…
AT FIRST GLANCE IT SOUNDS NOBLE and desirable: Let's get the broadcast networks to agree on standards to try to curb violence on television.
Producer Mark Goodson has been selected for induction into the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame, becoming the 57th person so honored.
Producer Craig Anderson has acquired rights to three books he'll develop as TV movies under an overall deal with Columbia Pictures TV, including "JFK: The Last Dissenting Witness," about a woman who…
Paramount Domestic Television and Cox Broadcasting have completed a buyout of financially troubled Great American Broadcasting's stake in "Entertainment Tonight."
A U.S. District Court panel yesterday voted 2-1 to separate cable industry challenges to the new cable reregulation law, and to allow Judge Thomas Jackson to rule solely on the merits of the entire…
Lee Currlin, a 14-year NBC veteran and currently senior VP of programming and program planning based in New York, will retire early next year, the network confirmed.