Twelve-year "Monday Night Football" vet Dan Dierdorf is ankling the primetime pigskin franchise, citing ABC Sports' refusal to guarantee him a new contract.
Carole Black, prexy and general manager of KNBC Los Angeles, has been offered the top job at the Lifetime Television cabler, but there's no final word on whether she'll take it.
Despite what's shaping up as a shaky year for pay TV in Latin America, Turner is looking to roll out Turner Classic Movies before the millennium is out.
The Greek Ministry of Press has ordered the closure of regional television station Vergina TV in northern Greece for its failure to pay intellectual property rights.
Perennial favorites the Cartoon Network and Discovery Latin America again came out on top in the fifth annual Audits & Surveys report on the state of the Latino cable industry.
Another handsome, intelligent and well-burnished production from the Hallmark Hall of Fame, "Night Ride Home" is a thoughtful and sensitive examination of how a family copes with grief.
MTV Europe is pushing further into the Russian market, this time with the launch of VH1 on satellite TV.
Lifetime will invest $5 million in its new pro-social campaign, an initiative on the issue of child care that will include an original documentary produced by actress Lee Grant.
ABC has ponied up about $35 million for the exclusive broadcast TV rights to Universal's blockbuster hit "Patch Adams" and its two recent disappointing theatricals, "Meet Joe Black" and "Babe: Pig in…
Steven Bochco, now in his sixth season of production on the Emmy Award-winning "NYPD Blue," will be honored with the David Susskind lifetime achievement award by the Producers Guild of America.
Kyra Sedgwick has inked an exclusive development deal with Touchstone Television to produce and star in her first small screen skein.