Super Bowl XXXI proved super for Fox Broadcasting on Sunday, providing the web with the highest-rated primetime night in its 10-year history.
"Due South," the comedy-action series about a Canadian Mountie patrolling the streets of Chicago, will see a third season this fall despite the absence of a Stateside broadcaster.
Michael Grade has shocked the British TV industry by resigning as chief executive of Channel 4. A Channel 4 statement said only that Grade, the highest-profile figure on the U.K. TV scene, ''wishes…
The Museum of Television & Radio will salute "SCTV," "Pee-wee's Playhouse." "Millennium," "Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City" and "EZ Streets" as part of the lineup for its 14th annual William S…
Large-scale layoffs, outsourcing all non-news production, selling around A$345 million worth of property and quitting ventures in orchestras and overseas broadcasting - those are just some of the…
German TV stations raked in more ad coin than ever before last year, collectively bringing in nearly DM10.8 billion ($7 billion) from advertisers in 1996, an increase of 12.8% over 1995.
So you think Fox went a little nuts on the ads and promos for its first-ever Super Bowl telecast, eh? Well, it was mild compared to the barrage MTV packed into "Butt Bowl IV," the cablenet's fourth…
Turner Broadcasting System will expand its Asia headquarters staff as it localizes programming. "We will be creating more jobs in Hong Kong at the network," said Michael Byrd, managing director of…
Corp. for Public Broadcasting president and CEO Richard Carlson is stepping down after almost five years at the helm of the pubcast umbrella organization.
Aussie media mogul Kerry Packer is said to mulling a $150 million investment in India's powerful state-owned TV web, Doordarshan.