With ABC nailing down its schedule, industry eyes are starting to turn to Fox and UPN, which can still make last minute changes to their lineups before upfront presentations on Tuesday.
ABC Entertainment President Jamie Tarses will try to woo an audience of wary advertisers today with the unveiling of her first fall primetime schedule, featuring five new comedies and five new dramas.
King World Prods. is close to finalizing negotiations with veteran TV exec Jules Haimovitz to take over the COO post left open since Stephen W. Palley ankled the company last fall.
Germany's Deutsche Telecom, Sweden's Telia InfoMedia TeleVision, and Holland's two largest cable operators Casema and Mediakabel have agreed on a digital decoder standard.
It looks like House Telecommunications Subcommittee Chairman Billy Tauzin (R-La.) outfoxed himself with his plan to hold a stunt hearing tonight on the TV program rating system in Peoria, Ill.
Rob Morrow and Lance Henriksen have been cast in the leads of the TNT original telepic "The Day Lincoln Was Shot," skedded to lense over the summer and premiere in 1998 on the Turner cablenet.
Once again, Congress is using prospective revenue from spectrum auctions to fill billion-dollar holes in the budget deficit.
The ratings for their shows may be running neck and neck in Los Angeles, but Oprah Winfrey remained queen of the Emmys over her chief daytime talk rival Rosie O'Donnell in non-televised Daytime Emmy…
ABC has finally pulled the plug on "Caryl & Marilyn: Real Friends," the struggling daytime talkshow that's barely a year old.
To call "Weapons of Mass Distraction" a dark comedy is to give it far too much credit for lightness. It is writer/executive producer Larry Gelbart's poison-pen greeting card to tabloid America, but…