"Inside Edition" is labeling claims by "A Current Affair"-- that the tabloid show pirated footage and used it in a promo for a segment on an Ohio serial killer -- as a false accusation of "lies and…
Matthew Kane resigned yesterday as a coordinating producer at CNN, where he has worked for the past 11 years covering entertainment news.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is in the process of changing the relationship between its executive committee and board of governors, with the full membership to vote on whether to expand…
Pubcaster KCET concluded its March pledge drive with more than $ 1.6 million in pledges, which may be enough to forestall more personnel or programming cutbacks at the recession-weakened station this…
ABC has renewed the Universal TV "Coach" through the 1994-95 season with a total of 50 episodes -- securing a long-term companion for "Home Improvement," which already has been picked up through the…
Interim Federal Communications Commission chairman James Quello yesterday asked Congress for permission to charge cable TV customers $ 16.1 million in "user fees" to cover the cost of FCC…
An Olympic year paid off handsomely in terms of sports Emmy Award nominations to the networks that carried the coverage, according to Emmy citations revealed yesterday.
Reality-TV specialist Chris Pye has been appointed chief executive of Anglia TV Entertainment, the new London-based joint venture between Anglia TV and Home Box Office.
It is difficult to decide what is more exhausting about this television film based on the strange-but-true story of physician/medical researcher Norman Grayson (Beau Bridges): Following his suicidal…
ABC News and BBC News have formed a partnership to exchange and gather news on a worldwide scale, including provisions for planning coverage at major events and perhaps sharing bureaus.
Ally Sheedy plays an independent cuss of a news photographer who witnesses the slaying of a man handcuffed to French cop Francois-Eric Gendron at JFK and sets out to find the story so she can sell it…