Projects and programs on ABC, HBO and PBS were announced Tuesday as winners of 1997 Governors Emmy Awards from the Board of Governors of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, which will be…
Neal Tiles has ankled ESPN to join Fox Sports as senior VP of marketing. Tiles will be responsible for all marketing and promotion for the sports division of Fox Broadcasting. He'll report to Tracy…
The week-old cease-fire pledge over TV ratings apparently does not extend to Federal Communications Commission chairman Reed Hundt, who is expected to endorse, at a Senate hearing today, a bill that…
Fox's highly promoted firstrun summer series "Roar" got off to a noisy start Monday, winning its hour in homes, adults 18-49 and 25-54, and all key adult male demos.
CBS Entertainment president Leslie Moonves assured the Hollywood creative community Tuesday that the new TV content code adopted by broadcasters last week "will not influence our programming one…
Channel V, Star TV's music channel, has launched a new 24-hour service in Japan. Known as Channel V Intl., it is broadcast through the Japanese digital platform PerfecTV.
Advocates for Youth is accepting entries for the 1997 Nancy Susan Reynolds Awards, which honor outstanding portrayals of family planning, sexuality and reproductive health in TV, film and…
The first graduating class of Cartoon Network's "World Premiere Toons" finds "Cow and Chicken" and "Johnny Bravo" with their own primetime series, joining the ranks of "Dexter's Laboratory." "Cow and…
Veteran TV writer-producer Dean Hargrove has inked an exclusive two-year deal with Columbia TriStar TV worth close to $2 million a year, sources say.
USA Networks entertainment prexy Rod Perth, who has been rumored as a leading candidate to replace Lucie Salhany heading up the United Paramount Network, has instead re-upped with USA in a multiyear…
Israel (Izzy) Asper, who built CanWest Global Communications Corp. into Canada's biggest broadcaster, has turned over the job of running it to long-time executive Peter Viner.