CBS has confirmed plans to bring "Late Show With David Letterman" to Los Angeles the week of May 9-13, as reported (Daily Variety, Jan. 31).
Ellen Weston wrote the CBS telepic “Sin and Redemption”; her name was incorrect in Tuesday’s review.
The Motion Picture Sound Editors released their nominees for the Golden Reel Awards in television Tuesday.
Tribune Broadcasting's WPIX-TV New York has struck a deal with Columbia TriStar Television Distribution for reruns of the NBC hit "Seinfeld" at a price between $ 140,000 and $ 150,000 per week, or $…
With "Schindler's List" and "The Piano" predictably nabbing the premier Writers Guild of America awards Sunday night (Daily Variety, March 14), guests at the A-list bash had to find their fun in the…
Purportedly fact-based, "Sin and Redemption" is a lot less lurid than advance promos or the title would indicate. Thanks to sharp script, direction, music and acting, many viewers might forgive the…
CBS has resurrected its television network division and elevated Peter Lund to president, in effect making him the No. 3 man in the company behind CBS chairman/chief executive Laurence Tisch and…
Total TV advertising revenue jumped 9.6% to $ A1.8 billion ($ 1.35 billion) in fiscal 1992-93, according to a report from the Australian Broadcasting Authority.
Edgar Scherick is among a handful of producers vying for the rights to produce a TV movie about figure skating gold medalist Oksana Baiul for CBS. Contrary to what was reported Monday, a final…
Bill Cosby has donated a building worth $ 1.8 million to theNational Council of Negro Women. The four-story building is in the fashionable northwest section of Washington, D.C. Cosby’s publicist…