After months of speculation and second-guessing, "60 Minutes II" finally has a timeslot and an official launch date on CBS: Wednesdays at 9 p.m., starting Jan. 13.
FROM THE WESTERN CABLE SHOW Integrating television and the Internet without government interference continued to be a hot topic Thursday at the Western Cable Show in Anaheim.
FROM THE WESTERN CABLE SHOW Because cable networks keep raising their fees to cable distributors, cable ops will have no choice but to drop cable webs from their lineups, Matt Bond, exec VP…
FROM THE WESTERN CABLE SHOWThe Sci-Fi Channel has picked up the Francis Ford Coppola-produced original skein "First Wave" for a March premiere.
FROM THE WESTERN CABLE SHOWActor James Garner has formed a production company to create television documentaries, the first of which will be "Private Eye: Knight in Tarnished Armor."
"South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have applied to become co-presidents of Comedy Central to replace the cabler's current prexy, Doug Herzog, who will become Fox's president of…
Univision flagship KMEX Los Angeles will add a 6-7 a.m. newscast to its weekday lineup beginning Jan. 4. The move by the Spanish-lingo station underscores the increasing appetite in the L.A. market…
Kerry Packer's Nine Network has emerged victorious with a 33% audience share for the recently concluded Australia television season, ahead of Kerry Stokes' Seven Network, which, despite the supposed…
All eyes on WB’s Ancier Will he stay or will he go? Now that NBC and Fox have replaced their entertainment presidents, all eyes have turned to WB entertainment president Garth Ancier, whose contract…
Spanish digital platform Via Digital has signed a non-exclusive carriage deal for all recent and upcoming pics from Arnon Milchan's New Regency.
Two A.H. Belo-managed UPN affiliates in Honolulu and Spokane, Wash., have agreed to switch to WB affiliations when their contracts expire in 2001.