Comedian Phil Hartman, famed for his impersonations of President Clinton, was found dead in his home early on Thursday and police said he was apparently shot by his wife who then killed herself.
In a sign of the rapidly changing demographic profile of South Florida, Miami's Spanish-lingo Univision affiliate, WLTV, has clinched its second consecutive sweep period as the top-rated TV station…
Vice President Gore is scheduled today to trumpet the completion of the first TV season with a program-content ratings system by releasing a new survey showing that parents are using the content…
HBO has purchased rights to Charlayne Woodard's one-woman play "Neat," which explores the author's childhood relationship with a beloved aunt and her own coming of age in the South.
A&E has wrapped up the branding of its Monday-through-Friday primetime schedule with the announcement that, starting Monday, June 29, the network will create a 10 p.m. "Mysteries To Die For" umbrella…
A tenant/landlord dispute that threatened to interfere with the production of Studios USA's "The Sally Jessy Raphael Show" and the new "Maury Povich Show" has been resolved and the production…
David Armstrong has been tapped senior VP of sales and distribution of MGM Intl. Television, a new executive position within the studio's Worldwide Television Group.
There is a great movie hiding somewhere inside "A Bright Shining Lie," a film that's as disturbing and revealing as it aspires to be. Yet while it boasts superb production values that often…
DirecTV Japan on Tuesday for the first time released the number of subscribers it has in Japan, saying it enlisted 109,000 customers to its service since it started up last December.
A McKinsey Report in Holland indicates it will cost the Dutch government plenty if it cuts commercial advertising from its three state channels.
In talk TV's battle of brains vs. brawn, Oprah Winfrey pulled ahead of Jerry Springer to take the May sweep bragging rights in Nielsen's overnight metered markets.
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