NBC wrapped up its affiliate meeting in Phoenix Wednesday celebrating the web's first-place finish for the TV season, but with no resolution in sight on program exclusivity.
The Clinton administration will tell the FCC today that it should not relax limits on media ownership, including rules which ban one broadcaster from owning more than one TV station in a market…
The No. 2 executive at the CBS Station Group, Tony Vinciquerra, is ankling the group amid rumblings of more possible changes to come.
The 1996-97 primetime Nielsen season wrapped Wednesday night with the long-anticipated NBC victory and an equally predictable flurry of historically low ratings, but also some surprisingly widespread…
Warm weather lured many people away from their favorite syndicated TV shows during the week ended May 11.
Alan Frio, a former co-anchor on "Hard Copy," is set to replace Bob Jimenez as co-anchor opposite Tawny Little on KCOP-TV's 10 p.m. news. He starts work at the station June 16.
Televisa is expected to announce major cost-cutting and name an unprecedented executive committee as the Mexican media giant unveils a new business plan to investors today in New York.
UPN may be changing leaders, but the netlet will stay with its strategy aimed at young urban viewers.
Iris Grossman has been upped to senior veepee of talent and casting for TNT from her VP post. Based in Los Angeles, she will be responsible for overseeing all talent and casting issues related to TNT…
Satcaster Sky Latin America officially has revised its estimated startup budget to approximately $1 billion, up from the $650 million it was figuring in early 1996.
The Slovak Council for Television Broadcasting heard presentations Monday and Tuesday from five companies bidding for Slovakia's second state television channel.