After a shaky start in 1978, "20/20" has become the most durable "60 Minutes" imitator, while remaining flashier in packaging than its venerable model. It continues to rack up high Nielsens.
HBO Asia will have a total of 300,000 subscribers by year's end after adding Taiwan to its universe.
CBS and NBC are facing a game of chicken over National Football League broadcast rights after Fox Broadcasting Co.'s staggering acquisition of National Football Conference games for an estimated $…
According to a new study, Fox Broadcasting Co. airs the most violent programming on network TV, and Fox's "Adventures of Brisco County Jr." is the most violent show in primetime.
King World on Friday pulled the plug on the ailing "Les Brown Show." The final episode of the frosh talker, which has been on "hiatus" the past few weeks, will air Jan. 14.
With the bravado of a small indie, TNT's made-for-cabler pic division announced its three newest star-driven projects Friday.
"The Crusaders," a 3-month-old weekly advocacy series dedicated to solving the problems of the little guy, has brought in a crusader of its own.
NBC Prods. Friday confirmed that vet Warner Bros. producer David Jacobs has hung up his production shingle at the Peacock web's in-house production unit.
To make CBS and David Letterman more comfortable in the Ed Sullivan Theatre, the city film office recently got the parks department to plant pear trees outside the theater on Broadway.
Outgoing France 2 and France 3 president Herve Bourges got a mighty send-off Tuesday as the French public service dominated the seventh d'Or Awards, France's top TV honors.