Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution's "NightTalk with Jane Whitney" (known as "The Jane Whitney Show" in daytime markets) has received from several stations a firm 52-week commitment starting Jan…
War Veterans' day took a special spin in Canada this year as the president of the Canadian Broadcasting Corp., Gerard Veilleux, denounced a controversial miniseries on World War II vets, "The Valour…
Toronto-based production company Sullivan Films is opening a Los Angeles office and has tapped Terry Rawson --until recently VP drama series and longform development at MGM TV--to head the operation…
NBC is bringing its news programs to your office computer.
The first week of the November sweeps brought an end to Daylight Savings Time and big gains for most syndie shows, but a few notable strips took major year-to-year hits in the Nielsen national barter…
It is the fall of 1946. The nation is just getting used to the idea that nylon stockings are plentiful and has rediscovered that there is actually an organization called the Republican party…
Stand-up comics who've made the transition to television took center stage at yesterday's Hollywood Radio & Television Society luncheon, with Garry Shandling and the characteristically outspoken…
Longtime KNBC-TV political editor Linda Douglass will leave the station when her contract expires Nov. 23 to relocate to Washington, D.C., where her husband is moving his law practice.
Looking back on WWII and what black soldiers had to suffer on the home front before shoving off for combat duty in France and Germany, the searing "Liberators" spares little of the pain they endured…
The first Geraldo Rivera spec following the demise of last season's strip "Now It Can Be Told" will premiere in January.
Cop-and-courtroom series "Law and Order" explores the issue of store owner's use of deadly force in self-defense in this well-crafted if predictable episode.