A lack of desirable time periods has forced Western Intl. Syndication, DIC Enterprises and jean maker Guess? Inc. to rethink roll out plans for the proposed fall '93 magazine strip, "Guess…
It may look and sound like CNN, but the news show hitting the airwaves Friday in the Windy City and its suburbs is ChicagoLand Television News, the first foray into 24-hour coverage of local news on…
ABC's "Good Morning America" captured the morning ratings crown for the sixth consecutive week and finished on top for the 38th time in 51 weeks, according to Nielsen fringe ratings for the week of…
ABC has pulled its low-rated Joshua Brand-John Falsey series "Going to Extremes" from the February sweeps.
Fox Intl. is prepping a new satellite service for Latin America that's due to kick off next April, per Rafael Pastor, Fox's Latin honcho for the operation.
The last of the Buenos Aires TV channels, ATC-Canal 7, is due to be privatized, as part of a widespread privatization program being undertaken by Argentina's president.
Entertainer Lou Rawls helped raise more than $ 11 million for the United Negro College Fund during his 13th annual Christmas weekend telethon.
Thanks to Lifetime, Court TV's documentary special on the Rodney King trial will get its first wide exposure in the L.A. area, next Jan. 17 at 10 a.m.
Holiday shopping apparently took precedence over TV during the week ended Dec. 13, when most of the highest-ranked shows in the Nielsen national syndication barter rankings declined or remained flat.
In a public relations nightmare for NBC, Jay Leno has broken his silence over his treatment by the network following David Letterman's threat to bolt.
NBC has set dates for longform programming and specials through the February sweeps, including a first-ever prime time berth for the NBA All-Star Game and the four-hour miniseries "The Ninja Murders."