Pax TV, the struggling family-oriented broadcast network, will get a boost in the bottom line following an agreement with the Peacock to tap into NBC's high-octane sales operation.
Jon Stewart wasn't laughing much at Comedy Central's "Millennium Party," sponsored by the comedian's "Daily Show."
High-profile British industryites rallied at the U.K. consul general's residence in Hancock Park to launch "Britain -- The Big Picture," a promotional DVD guide to film and TV production in Blighty.
Reality bites -- just ask Japan's Fuji TV. The network has found itself at the center of a scandal after it was revealed that an episode of a top-rated show featuring couples on the verge of divorce…
In celebration of the release of "Man on the Moon," Nick at Nite's TV Land will present a three-day primetime marathon saluting the television work of Andy Kaufman, whose life is chronicled in the…
Now that the House and the Senate have signed off on a bill that will allow satcasters to offer local programming, EchoStar and DirecTV have responded by identifying 14 cities, including New York and…
CBS Sports is going out of its way to quash reports that it plans to sell some NCAA Men's College Basketball Tournament games to a cable network.
Call it a tale of two “Greeds.” With only the first half-hour of “Greed” competing against ABC’s “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire,” Fox has been selling the hourlong gamer as two separate half-hours…
It looks like the November-sweeps crown has already been locked away in ABC's vault thanks to "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," the hit gameshow that's helped boost 10 of 18 ABC series to season-high…
Jason Alexander and 20th Century Fox Television have made an exclusive two-year deal that's expected to put the former "Seinfeld" sidekick back in a primetime series by early 2001.
Nickelodeon has entered into a multiyear agreement with Steve Oedekerk and DNA Prods. to produce "Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius" as a $25 million feature film, a TV series and an online franchise, the…