Ted Lange has seen the highs and lows of show business, and states emphatically that right now, in the late 1990s, is definitely not a low for the depiction of black characters on television.
Nomination ballots for the 49th annual Primetime Emmy Awards will be mailed to 8,500 active members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences next week, with a deadline of June 27 for the return…
The introduction of direct-to-home satellite broadcasting in Asia has been a textbook study in how to turn viewers off the notion of embracing multichannel television.
In what could become the final chapter of the case that spawned the TV series and the movie "The Fugitive," Jaffe/Braunstein Films has acquired the rights to "Mockery of Justice: The True Story of…
ABC confirmed that Wesley Snipes has agreed to make his network TV debut in an ABC two-hour made-for titled "Futuresport" that also will be considered as a series pilot.
ABC execs sought to make lemonade from their proverbial lemons as they closed their annual affiliates meeting here Wednesday, confronting head-on the network's declining fortunes and promising to do…
CBS Eye On People, the news/entertainment cablenet launched March 30, is struggling in its efforts to land distribution. It has not moved over the 2 million subscribers it claimed at sign-on, and…
Talkshow host Oprah Winfrey took the unusual step Wednesday of denying rumors that have circulated for weeks that she is gay.
Ed Asner, winding up a tour of "Don Juan in Hell" with Cherry Jones, Harris Yulin and Rene Auberjonois, is one of the all-time top Emmy winners, with seven statuettes to his credit.
Lynn Whitfield, with two upcoming films, "Gone Fishin' " opposite Joe Pesci and Danny Glover and "Eve's Bayou" with Samuel L. Jackson, was relatively unknown when she won her 1990-91 Emmy for HBO's…
Suzanne Malveaux has been named NBC News network correspondent. She will be based in D.C. and will begin her assignment in mid-June.