Sara Levinson, exec VP of MTV: Music Television, has been appointed chairperson of the Intl. Board of Distinguished Judges & Advisors of the New York Festivals Television Programming & Promotion…
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Former Texas judge and current CNN anchor Catherine Crier will join ABC's weekly newsmagazine "20/20" as a correspondent after the new year, the web said yesterday.
After months of deliberation, the European Commission has moved to enforce its much-criticized "Television Without Frontiers" directive across the whole of the community.
A year after getting into business with French pay channel/distributor Canal Plus, Papazian-Hirsch Entertainment continues to churn out longform projects, in part by allying itself with other…
In a potentially crippling blow to Carsey-Werner Distribution's "You Bet Your Life," WCBS-TV in New York is expected to drop the Bill Cosby-hosted comedy gameshow from its access slot in January.
Interactive Network Inc. has lined up NBC, IBM, Cablevision Systems and two large newspaper chains to support its interactive services under a special spectrum allocated by the Federal Communications…
CNN International will expand its output of programs from London as part of a package of scheduling changes.
PBS' three-part documentary "The New Europeans" is a disappointingly disjointed and surprisingly superficial look at a continent in transition. Sloppy and largely unfocused, it contains little new…
Turner Broadcasting's new Cartoon Network will be available for the first time in Southern California when Cencom Cable adds it to its programming lineup Dec. 1.
Hard-edged attorney Maggie Zombro (Kay Lenz) gets rounded off a bit in this episode of sophomore NBC series, though she's still a long way from eligibility for the Association of Sensitive Screen…