Won’t let go: Two shows have won the top Emmy for primetime series over four consecutive years: “The Dick Van Dyke Show” (1963-66) and “Hill Street Blues” (1981-84). Like a handful of other shows…
On Sept. 14, when Hollywood gussies up and rolls out the red carpet to celebrate excellence in television, fans nationwide will be joined by more than 650 million foreign viewers in 86 countries.
HBO has become the first cable network to announce that it will deliver a high-definition-television feed of its network, possibly as early as the summer of 1998.
At first glance, one might swear the bearded character on the tube before them is a man.
On July 24, when the 51st Emmy nominees are announced, 10 sets of producers will have approximately two weeks to play poker --- Emmy poker.
American-born Italian film director Peter Del Monte will be artistic supervisor on a series of six films for TV by young filmmakers for leading Italian commercial TV player Mediaset.
Embattled Oz satcaster Australis Media's Galaxy TV appears to be headed for another fight for survival if third quarter financial statements, released late Friday, are anything to go by.
CBS has named a new general manager of its Boston O&O station in the first exec shift under new CBS Stations prexy Mel Karmazin.
The European Parliament gave its final OK Tuesday to the European Union's Television Without Frontiers directive, which will leave unchanged Hollywood's domination of the bloc's TV screens.
Fox Broadcasting Company's senior vice president of longform programming Trevor Watson is negotiating his exit from the network, sources say.
Time magazine and CBS News today will unveil a broad multiyear partnership to produce programming related to the coming millennium.