The Museum of Television & Radio has posted the "sold out" sign for half the programs of its 11th annual Los Angeles Television Festival, which begins Wednesday.
Trying to boost its struggling "Late Night With Conan O'Brien," NBC's owned stations and a select number of its affiliates will start regularly repeating the show following "Saturday Night Live."
The Carsey-Werner Co. issued its first public statement regarding the latest "Roseanne" flap, but it doesn't figure to mollify the show's disgruntled star.
Heaven and Hell" picks up the saga of the Hazard and Main families after the Civil War. United through the friendship of George Hazard and Orry Main, bound together by the vendetta sworn against them…
Film critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert have reupped with Buena Vista Television. They will continue as co-hosts of the syndicated “Siskel & Ebert” as well as a series of specials. The multiple-year…
Japan's analog high-definition TV system sprang back to life Wednesday, only a day after the top broadcasting administrator delivered a death sentence for the country's attempt to lead the next wave…
Twentieth Century Fox Intl. Television has inked a major program license agreement with Nova TV, central Europe's first national private broadcaster.
CBS is hoping that its two-week Olympic ratings bonanza will help"Late Show With David Letterman" boost "live" clearances in markets currently delaying the show.
Fox Broadcasting Co. has scheduled "South Central," a half-hour series featuring a black family in South Central Los Angeles, to lead off its Tuesday lineup beginning April 5.