Showtime Event Television has named three people to staff positions, expanding the Showtime unit's roster.
Former longtime KNBC-TV consumer reporter David Horowitz is under consideration for a new consumer reporting position at KCBS-TV.
Turner Broadcasting System yesterday responded to Congress' override of President Bush's cable bill veto by filing suit to block implementation of the retransmission consent/must-carry provisions of…
Hollywood lobbyist Jack Valenti remained silent yesterday in the aftermath of Congress' override of President Bush's cable veto, while broadcasters were gloating over the victory and bureaucrats were…
Week two of the prime time Nielsens season has gone to CBS in a big way.
Writer-director-producer Paul Fusco, who co-created NBC's hit comedy "Alf," has signed a first-look, two-year development deal at Paramount.
The NBC switchboard was still getting calls yesterday from people who couldn't believe their eyes when singer Sinead O'Connor tore up a picture of the pope on "Saturday Night Live."
Showtime has ordered another 20 half-hours of the erotic "Red Shoe Diaries."
Actress Kristy McNichol won't fly the coop exactly, but she will be taking an open-ended hiatus from the veteran NBC series "Empty Nest," exec producer Tony Thomas confirmed yesterday.
ABC, CBS and NBC could lose a combined $ 15 million in advertising revenue due to the four 90-minute political debates, which will preempt such hit shows as "Full House,""Cheers" and "60 Minutes."…
NEW YORK--"Search and Seizure: The Supreme Court and the Police" is a measured look at a scary topic. Genial host Roger Mudd sets the tone as, suit jacket off, he tackles the controversial Fourth…