CBS has renewed "Late Late Show with Tom Snyder" for a fourth season on the Eye web.
A bidding war has broken out between two of Blighty's terrestrial networks to clinch rights to the new Kirstie Alley sitcom, "Veronica's Closet," confirming the show as one of the few hot properties…
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Comedian/actor Barry Sobel has been hired as Magic Johnson's man on the latter's Twentieth TV talk/variety program, which is skedded to premiere in early 1998.
Former "Today" anchor Bryant Gumbel will be the lone host of "The 49th annual Primetime Emmy Awards" Sept. 14 on CBS, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced Tuesday.
In a further effort to crack the Brazilian market, telenovela distribbery Venevision Intl. has inked a deal with sales rep firm Unimark/Longo.
Kiwi pubcaster TVNZ is closing down its regional stations as part of a repositioning move to make the web more competitive.
Investors' newfound enthusiasm for cable spilled over into the broader entertainment sector Tuesday in a rally encompassing all four major conglomerates, cablers and even broadcasters.
Peter Scolari has signed to star as inventor-father Wayne Szalinskiin Buena Vista TV's "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The Series," a primetime hour that debuts this fall.
American-born Italian film director Peter Del Monte will be artistic supervisor on a series of six films for TV by young filmmakers for leading Italian commercial TV player Mediaset.
Embattled Oz satcaster Australis Media's Galaxy TV appears to be headed for another fight for survival if third quarter financial statements, released late Friday, are anything to go by.