Darkness Before Dawn" plays like a hard-edged update of"The Days of Wine and Roses." This fact-based television movie, the story of a husband and wife who reinforce one another's heroin addiction…
The King of Pop has become the King of Television, as Michael Jackson's interview with Oprah Winfrey drew the highest prime time rating for any non-Super Bowl telecast in nearly a decade -- quickly…
There's no two ways about it: from a creative P.O.V., Coca-Cola's gamble in selecting Creative Artists Agency to oversee its massive new commercials campaign has definitely paid off. Almost…
General Motors said yesterday it would allow its TV spots to air during NBC News programming, seemingly satisfied with the network's apology and response to charges the web rigged tests to…
Dick Van Dyke returns for his third telefilm as roller-skatin', crime-solvin' surgeon Mark Sloan, in a story so implausible that "preposterous" would be a step up. Fortunately, producers Fred…
The Independent Television Service has put out another "open call" for public TV programming concepts, with a March 16 deadline.
Germany's most powerful film and TV studio, Bavaria Ateliers in Munich, will lose both of its general managers, Gunter Rohrbach and Harald Junge.
You give KABC-TV 22 minutes, it will give you Michael Jackson. At least that was the case Wednesday night for the O&O's late newscast, when the station made history by ignoring all the news of the…
Host: Diana Rigg.
KCET will produce the film "Roosters," the first time a public TV station has served as a production company on a feature, according to Ricki Franklin, KCET's director of cultural programs.
Brokers' phones were ringing off the hook yesterday after a Bell company made its first foray in the cable industry.