Prime time television remains overwhelmingly white both in front of and behind the camera, actors, writers and academics told a U.S. Civil Rights Commission hearing.
Calling it a violation of the union's constitution, the Intl. Executive Council -- the governing body of the National Assn. of Broadcast Employees & Technicians -- has rejected an attempt to have two…
Twentieth TV has teamed with CBS Entertainment Prods. on the comedy series "The Boys" through an interesting bit of mix-and-match casting involving another pilot.
The FCC Friday backed an administrative law judge's decision revoking a permit granted Black Television Workshop to build a public TV station on channel 68 in Los Angeles. BTW had been authorized to…
Fininvest, the entertainment holding company owned by TV tycoon Silvio Berlusconi, was brushed for the second time last week by Italy's sweeping anti-corruption investigations.
Edmonton-based Great North Prods. and Toronto's PTV Prods. have announced the creation of the Canadian International Documentary Consortium, including an international distribution arrangement with…
Prairie Public Broadcasting prez Dennis Falk has been named recipient of this year's Outstanding Public Television Manager Award.
With the station struggling in news and other dayparts, KCBS-TV got its latest in a long line of general managers Friday.
What could be called "The Michael Jordan Show" has become prime time's top-rated hit, as Game 4 of the Chicago Bulls-Phoenix Suns series shot down the second-best rating ever for an NBA Finals…
The new board of the South African Broadcasting Corp. has survived its troubled birthing pangs, but the row over the handling of the appointment process by president Frederik de Klerk continues to…
Parties to the never-ending fin-syn fight locked horns again Thursday by asking the FCC to reconsider a decision setting in motion plans to eliminate the longstanding rules.