WPIX is giving a big break to Warner Bros.' new "Love Connection"/"Change of Heart" combo, scheduling the two dating shows in the middle of a "Jerry Springer" sandwich.
MGM on Tuesday launched a revamped version of the Family Channel's Latino service, as MGM Family, across the Spanish-speaking Americas.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has inked a four-year deal with the Big Four webs for the TV rights to the annual primetime Emmy Awards ceremony.
Betsy Bruce has been named G.M. of the Kermit Channel, which soft-launched in Latin America and Asia on Monday.
Geraldo Rivera's CNBC newscast is off to a solid ratings start -- but the former yak show host's troubles fitting into the NBC News culture persist.
Former "Living Single" star Kim Coles has inked a syndie talkshow development deal with Buena Vista Television.
Rookie sitcom "That '70s Show" has cooled a bit in its second try, but continues to energize Fox's Sunday lineup.
Ratings for "The Howard Stern Radio Show" headed south in the show's second Saturday night outing, as groups, viewers and stations continued to protest its "over the top" content.
South Africa's newest TV station, Midi Television, has been hit by a row over its black empowerment commitments.
After 21 years of chronicling the daily doings of the broadcasting biz, Washington Post scribe John Carmody bid farewell to "The TV Column" Monday.
With CNN barely registering on Latino ratings charts, Turner Latin America has opted to play hardball with audience measure company Ibope, withholding payment until improvements are made.