Universal's "Scent of a Woman" caught a whiff of Oscar glory Saturday at the 50th Golden Globes, taking three prizes including best drama and best actor for Al Pacino, while ABC's "Roseanne" and…
Standup comedian Jerry Seinfeld has turned self-deprecation into an art form on his sitcom, "Seinfeld," now in its third successful season on NBC.
President Clinton's administration will represent a refreshing change for independent TV station exex, Assn. of Independent Television Stations prez James Hedlund predicted in a speech launching the…
In another sign that New Line is ramping up its TV division, Laura Gerson, a story editor at New Line Prods. in New York for the last two years, has moved over to New Line Television as director of…
Susan Stafford, former companion of the late gameshow producer Dan Enright, has formed Stafford/Enright Prods., a new production company -- staffed by a number of former Enright associates -- that…
CBS showed no signs of giving up its daytime ratings crown, as the web steamrolled to its 202nd consecutive household ratings win, according to Nielsen statistics for the week ending Jan. 17.
Malcolm-Jamal Warner has teamed with actor Claude Brooks ("Amen") and producer Robert Johnson to form Tres' Deep Prods., with a Saturday-morning pilot already in the works for ABC.
Fox Broadcasting Co. will double-pump its Tuesday lineup with encore airings of "Key West" and "Class of '96" tomorrow and Sunday, respectively, with "Key West" to air at 9 p.m. following "Cops" and…
The National Assn. of Broadcasters has tapped broadcast legend Dick Clark to receive its 1993 Distinguished Service Award for his "singular and extraodinary career in TV and radio." Clark will…
Atlantis Films and Universal Television are joining forces to bring William Shatner's "Tekwar" novels to the small screen.
Toronto indie City-TV has secured additional homes for its programming in the U.S., Asia and Europe.