Coming out of an encouraging May sweeps, the 43rd annual CBS affiliates meeting, which opened Wednesday night, was supposed to be a love-fest.
Rep. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) has asked the Justice Dept. and the Federal Trade Commission to investigate Cablevision Systems Corp.'s pending deal to acquire Madison Square Garden, along with the New…
With the show closing its third season as TV's top-rated series, what can the cast and producers of "ER" possibly do for an encore? They're working on a plan to open the next season with a live…
Atlantis Communications Inc., Canada's leading TV production company, reported robust first-quarter profits Wednesday and said it plans to deliver 100 hours of programming this year, up from 88 in…
Dana King, who anchored the ill-fated syndicated newsmagazine series "Day & Date" from Eyemark Entertainment and most recently filled in as a general assignment reporter for CBS News, has been hired…
Joan Lunden is out at ABC's "Good Morning America" as part of the web's effort to dramatically remake the ayem show in the face of sharply declining ratings.
For the first time since Twentieth TV began distributing the show, four sister Fox O&Os have downgraded the $40 million frosh newsmag "Access Hollywood" out of their access timeslots, Twentieth…
The Asia-based music TV service, Channel V, is planning to launch an English-language service in the U.K. by the end of 1997, bringing the potential total of music TV channels in the Britain to seven…
Former talkshow producer David Scott has been named executive producer of Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution's upcoming remake of "The People's Court."
Reed Hundt, arguably the most influential FCC chairman in the agency's 60-year history, announced Tuesday that he will step down as soon as the White House can find a replacement.
News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch made big concessions to win a sat-TV deal from Primestar Partners and will likely take a loss on the price paid by News to buy a satellite license, sources said.