Alan Frio, a former co-anchor on "Hard Copy," is set to replace Bob Jimenez as co-anchor opposite Tawny Little on KCOP-TV's 10 p.m. news. He starts work at the station June 16.
Televisa is expected to announce major cost-cutting and name an unprecedented executive committee as the Mexican media giant unveils a new business plan to investors today in New York.
UPN may be changing leaders, but the netlet will stay with its strategy aimed at young urban viewers.
Iris Grossman has been upped to senior veepee of talent and casting for TNT from her VP post. Based in Los Angeles, she will be responsible for overseeing all talent and casting issues related to TNT…
Satcaster Sky Latin America officially has revised its estimated startup budget to approximately $1 billion, up from the $650 million it was figuring in early 1996.
Network signal vendor PrimeTime 24 challenged broadcasters Monday to a test of signal strength.
Sela Ward --- who starred for six seasons on the NBC drama "Sisters" --- and her as-yet-unnamed production company have pacted with Citadel Entertainment to develop TV movies and independent film…
Chris-Craft-owned UPN affiliate KCOP-TV plans to dump its successful 3:30 p.m. weekday newscast and add the Los Angeles market's first 7:30 p.m. nightly news broadcast this fall, according to sources.
Steve Hewitt has relinquished the title of president of Hallmark Entertainment Prods. to become a hands-on executive producer of at least 16 original TV and cable movies filmed by Hallmark over the…
Veteran producer-director James Bethea has been named director of programming for UPN, overseeing current series and developing projects for all dayparts on the Paramount network.
"The Odyssey" proved a successful journey Sunday night for NBC, burning up the 37 metered markets with a 19.3 rating/28 share overnight Nielsen average. But even a third dimension couldn't push "3rd…