CBS has inked its 200th consecutive daytime win, capping a streak that dates back to March 1989, an unprecedented feat in modern television, according to Nielsen statistics for the week ending Jan. 3.
Christmas zapped the cheer right out of most syndicated shows, which traditionally experience their worst week of the season during the gift-giving period.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has formed a committee to create and market television programs around existing and future Academy assets, with producers David Gerber and Edgar J. Scherick…
The nation's television critics have unwittingly become another player in the Jay Leno-David Letterman soap opera that's currently being played out across the continent.
The two-hour premiere of Paramount's "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," which received one-time prime time affiliate preemptions in several markets, continued to cruise into new ratings galaxies during…
"ABC World News Tonight" executive producer Paul Friedman is expected to be named a vice president of ABC News early next week.
House copyright subcommittee chairman William Hughes (D-N.J.) has offered a bill on Tuesday that would, in essence, repeal retransmission consent, the new law that allows broadcasters to charge cable…
C-SPAN viewership is up 80% since 1988, according to a new study.
Nearly two dozen protesters, upset about what they perceive as censorship by PBS, picketed outside the Loew's Santa Monica Beach Hotel yesterday, where the public TV service was kicking off the…
The Corp. for Public Broadcasting will spend $ 1.3 million to help fund the production of 11 new programs and series, including a docudrama on the life of former Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev…
Proposed changes in the writing credits for film and TV caused a small squall at the board meeting of the Writers Guild of America West late Tuesday, as more than 30 members disrupted the meeting and…