The quiet induced by this week's July 4th holiday is apparently making life tough for reporters and Wall Streeters, judging by the extraordinary reaction to Tuesday's outlandish New York Post story…
A plan by the SABC to cut its religious programming by 75% to 106 minutes per week has drawn threats of fire and brimstone from groups across the religious spectrum.
Meredith Corp. has completed its $216 million purchase of three television stations from First Media Television, the company said Tuesday.
The National Academy of Cable Programming has issued a deadline of Aug. 1 for network entries and a producer deadline of Aug. 15 for material to be considered for the 19th Annual National CableAce…
San Diego and Phoenix are the latest stops on King World Prods.' Western sales blitz for its hot new Roseanne talkshow. Station bids for the fall 1998 entry are due at high noon today; King World is…
The WB Television Network has inked a four-year affiliation agreement with WBNX Cleveland six weeks after WUAB dropped the netlet for an exclusive deal with UPN.
"Fox After Breakfast," prepping for an overhaul after a low-rated freshman season, has dropped host Tom Bergeron, the last of its original on-air team.
The South Korean TV program "Ashes of Time" won the Prix Italia 1997 award for fiction, the jury representing nine international broadcasters announced Saturday in Ravenna, Italy.
Witt-Thomas Prods. president Gary Levine has joined Warner Bros. TV as executive vice president of creative affairs.
Viacom Inc. and Seagram Co. Ltd. threw the future of the USA Network back into the hands of a Delaware Chancery Court judge Monday, putting forward completely different proposals for breaking up…