Pamela Norris and Paul Clay, formerly the executive producer and creative consultant of CBS' "Designing Women," have signed an exclusive multiyear overall deal with Twentieth TV.
The historic Aquarius Theatre was renamed the Chevy Chase Theatre in preparation for the comedian's latenight show, which is scheduled to debut Sept. 7.
The sordid tale of the alleged Hollywood madam has provento be a midsummer windfall for syndicated tabloid TV shows.
As part of MTV's expansion beyond its well-established niche on cable TV, the company has hired former Fox executive Eve Szurley as VP, television development , for MTV Prods., West Coast.
"Cafe Americain" is undergoing another ownership change before the NBC series hits the air.
Warner Bros. is the latest name to surface in the race to establish a fifth network. Insiders say the studio is exploring the feasibility of starting a new web, with a number of options still on the…
Black Entertainment Television is considering jumping on the anti-TV violence bandwagon by banning all depictions of gun usage in music videos during September.
Ayoung single mom, toting a teenage son and a racy past, defies with a flourish the adage that you can't go home again in the hothouse premiere of "Angel Falls." This new, sudsy serial, targeting…
Rick Rogers has taken his Rogers Entertainment to Warner Bros. TV under a first-look producing deal that will seek to develop and produce programming featuring the manager's roster of stand-up comedy…
Congress should pass legislation ensuring safeguards against potential telephone comph'wany abuses once the Baby Bells enter the cable TV arena, a liberal public interest group said Wednesday.
CapCities/ABC and Hearst Corp. have lined up four more deals with cable systems for carriage of their owned-and-operated stations linked to the launch of second basic cable service ESPN2.