The arrival of three commercial TV networks on the Hungarian dial has created a frantic demand for programming that is jacking up prices, fostering multimillion-dollar output deals and opening vistas…
Craig Kilborn, host of the nightly Comedy Central satire "The Daily Show," was suspended for a week without pay for disparaging comments he made about the show's co-creator and head writer Lizz…
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. launched its MGM Gold television channel in Brazil over the weekend, the entertainment company said Monday.
Natalie Vinet has been appointed head of Accolade Releasing, the worldwide TV distribution arm of Paragon Entertainment.
Besides El Nino (a phenomenon we once referred to as "rain"), all anyone wants to talk about anymore is how lousy "Seinfeld" has gotten this season.
Charlie Gibson, co-anchor of ABC's troubled "Good Morning America," is expected to ink a new pact to host A&E Network's signature series "Biography," but likely will remain with the Alphabet web and…
In 1997, Joss Whedon and Kevin Williamson emerged out of the ink-stained, albeit well-paid, screenwriting underclass, ascending to the rarefied air of TV and film moguldom.
The Tribune tribunal has set a date with "Judge Mills Lane" for fall 1998. The Tribune station group has signed on for Rysher Entertainment's upcoming courtshow strip hosted by the colorful judge…
Using every trick available, from talking babies to digitally enhanced fireballs, advertising agencies recently have found themselves reaching for movie-like magic at movie-like prices for 30-second…
Fox Broadcasting Co. is launching the midseason comedy "Ask Harriet" and bringing the Dick Wolf drama "New York Undercover" back to Thursdays in January.
NBC is consolidating its TV network research unit, combining previously separate departments to handle news, sports and affiliate research functions.