U.K. culture secretary Chris Smith has guaranteed that the British Broadcasting Corp. will continue to be funded by a universal TV license fee at least until 2006.
What's it like to age 30 years without really aging a day? This is the intriguing premise of "30 Years to Life," an original pic airing as part of UPN's new Thursday night movie franchise. The film…
A new player is entering the arena of action/adventure-series for firstrun syndication: BKS/ Bates Entertainment, which has begun generating sales pitches for "Exposed," a two-hour, $5-million pilot…
"Trinity" continues one of the more improbable freshman series trends this fall primetime season, focusing on dysfunctional Irish-Catholic families and their intense blending of sinning and salvation…
Richard Dominick, exec producer of the top-rated "Jerry Springer Show," has inked a long-term development deal with "Springer" distrib Studios USA.
ABC News topper David Westin has slipped a proposed "20/20" investigative piece a mickey. The report examines allegations of safety hazards at the theme parks of Alphabet web owner Walt Disney Co.
CBS has canceled its first new show of the season: Monday's 9:30 p.m. comedy "The Brian Benben Show" from Warner Bros. TV and CBS Prods.
CNBC morning anchor Felicia Taylor is ankling the biz news channel to join WNBC as co-anchor of the weekend edition of "Today in New York."
The National Basketball Assn.'s 51-year consecutive game streak -- it was the only major pro sport that hadn't lost a game because of a work stoppage -- is history.
Count Walter Cronkite among those who don't think President Clinton ought to be impeached for his conduct in the Monica Lewinsky matter.
Ready or not, the flying elbows and skimpy outfits of roller derby are coming back to national TV. CBS Cable's the Nashville Network will premiere its weekly series "Roller Jam," what the cabler…