In an example of the kind of synergy likely to become commonplace between CBS News and the new CBS nonfiction cable net Eye on People, Paula Zahn has been tapped to host the weekly…
China has backed away from a threatened crackdown on the territory's broadcasters. But the move comes as it went ahead this week with plans to water down civil liberties after the July 1 handover by…
CBS confirmed plans to launch "Sports Illustrated for Kids" on its revamped Saturday-morning schedule beginning this fall.
Peter O'Connell has been tapped as a director of Kerry Packer's PBL Enterprises, with special responsibility for Packer's new moves into gaming.
Three major studios are spending more than $9 million in advertising on Sunday's Super Bowl in a quest to re-create the early buzz enjoyed by 20th Century Fox with last year's spot for "Independence…
BBC Worldwide has carried out a far-reaching restructuring of its distribution arm, with new expanded roles for its sales honchos in the Americas and Asia Pacific, and the closure of the combo's…
ABC is prepping several schedule changes including slotting "Ellen" in the Tuesday 8:30 spot currently held by freshman comedy "Life's Work," effective March 4.
First as San Antonio mayor, then as the U.S. Housing and Urban Development secretary, Henry Cisneros has spent much of his career serving the public.
The chairman of state-owned France Television on Thursday named Philippe Levrier to replace Michel Blanc as head of France 3, one of the group's two channels.
NBC named Alexandra Constantinople director of corporate media relations, completing a lineup of new PR execs working for NBC CEO Robert Wright.
ABC News was slapped with a $5.5 million jury verdict in a closely watched trial that hinged not on libel but on undercover techniques used by newsmag "PrimeTime Live."