TV stations wanting to keep top-rated talker Oprah Winfrey around had better be prepared to pony up some more cash and another minute of ad time.
In a dramatic curtain-down to a career in British TV drama, writer Dennis Potter agreed to a one-on-one final interview with Melvyn Bragg. Whatever one's opinions of Potter as an artist, the result…
Keenen Ivory Wayans, creator of the Fox Broadcasting series "In Living Color, " has entered into a partnership with CBS to form a joint venture that will develop and produce TV programming.
Moment of Truth: Broken Pledges" virtually ignores the first tenet of a picture with a pointed message -- keep the entertainment rolling and don't get preachy.
Sam Chisholm, Rupert Murdoch's right-hand man as trouble-shooter of News Corp.'s overseas pay TV empire, is relocating from London to L.A.
Norman Lear's name suggests a hot property, but the opening seg of "704 Hauser," the Archie Bunkers' old address, wavers between tepid and lukewarm in the pilot created by Lear and Mark E. Pollack…
Warner Bros., faced with limited potential outlets for its fifth broadcast network, may start acting as a midwife to create new independent TV stations in cities throughout the country.
The fee for Primetime Emmy Award video mailings is $ 100 per peer group and $ 1,000 for 10 or more peer groups. TV Acad pricing was wrong in a story Friday.
A unique experiment in TV programming drew 33 million viewers in France March 7, as two-thirds of the population tuned in to watch all or part of a six-hour special "All Against AIDS."
The Public Broadcasting System has canceled plans to finance a sequel to "Tales of the City," its highest-rated dramatic miniseries in more than a decade. PBS execs say they decided against backing…
In an aggressive move to snare more of the increasingly lucrative Gotham TV production market, Lifetime Television is expanding its Lifetime Studios to include a new, 3,500 square foot space in its…