Buena Vista Television's "The Crusaders" has named four local TV journalists to host its upcoming weekly investigative advocacy series, "The Crusaders."
The TV distribution company Rysher TPE has picked up the U.S. syndication rights to HBO's series of half-hour dramas "Lifestories: Families in Crisis."
The July 16 story on Ted Danson and Anasazi Prods. should have stated that “Follow Your Heart,””When the Bough Breaks” and “Down Home” were produced by Ted Danson and Dan Fauci for their TDF Prods.
France's leading national broadcaster, TF1, has announced plans to launch an all-news network early next year. But instead of partnering with pay-TV net Canal Plus, TF1 now says it will go it alone.
More than 100 TV stations have signed up for "Flood Aid," an hourlong primetime telethon tonight that will try to coax viewers to send money to the Red Cross for victims of the Midwest floods.
Brandon Tartikoff has received a 13-episode script order from PBS to develop "Under New Management," a topical sitcom set in a New Orleans bar.
Eleven U.S. senators have written the FCC imploring the agency to provide relief to small cable TV operators threatened by cable reregulation.
Paramount appears to be following the path of other syndicators that have been moving to tone down their tabloid shows.
Toronto-based Paragon Entertainment has tapped Spelling Television prexy Gary Randall to head up the company's U.S. TV operations. Also, Julie Lee has ankled Spelling's Vancouver office to head up…
The FCC has denied a request from consumer groups that would have allowed cable TV customers to immediately begin deducting 15% from their monthly bills.