After two disastrous outings, ABC reportedly will bench "The Paula Poundstone Show" for the three weeks remaining in the November sweeps.
"Harts of the West," the embattled CBS oater series that suffered a six-week strike of crew members, has signed a collective bargaining agreement with the IATSE, a spokesman for the union said…
What do radio personality Howard Stern and convicted "Son of Sam" killer David Berkowitz have in common?
Five nights into a competitive November ratings sweep, NBC has grabbed the early advantage thanks to big numbers from its two-parter "A Matter of Justice."
The British actors' union Equity has lifted its ban on sale of TV programs to South Africa, reopening a major English-language market to U.K. producers.
A study on the taping and piracy of pay-per-view movies released Tuesday by the Video Software Dealers Assn. is drawing more fire from PPV companies and the cable industry.
France's giant TV production company Societe Francaise de Production (SFP) will not be privatized, according to culture minister Jacques Toubon.
Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) predicted Tuesday that President Clinton will sign legislation next year allowing telephone companies to compete with cable television operators in the delivery of video…
Eighteen programs have been selected as finalists for the 21st annual International Emmy Awards, to be bestowed at a gala ceremony in New York City Nov. 22. Six of the finalists are British entries…
A Nov. 2 story about KABC-TV's unprecedented hiring agreement with the National Hispanic Media Coalition should have noted that Esther Renteria is chairwoman of that group as well as Rainbow…