Robert Halmi Sr., chairman of Hallmark Entertainment, will be honored by the global television community at the Intl. Emmy Awards in November.
"The Magic Hour" is due for an assist tonight from Fartman's alter ego, aka Howard Stern.
Disney Channel has greenlit a new slate of original programming, including two narrative series, two movies and a gameshow, all of which will air on the network this year.
Public broadcasting's weakness for feel-good biographies can only help hard-hitting bio franchises like A&E's "Biography" and VH1's "Behind the Music." This month's PBS airing of Family Theater…
Fox TV Studios has inked an exclusive production deal with Gary Auerbach and Mark Cronin, who were executive producers of MTV's dating game show "Singled Out."
Feeling the early effects of "Seinfeld's" upcoming fall departure, NBC has faded out of first place in primetime Nielsen household results for just the second time in 12 weeks. The Peacock slipped to…
MSNBC is cutting through the usual development red tape by testing out ideas for new shows with live pilots.
NBC's "Nightly News" continues to tighten its grip on first place in the ratings.
Univision flagship KMEX Los Angeles dwarfed the ayem competition Monday with its live coverage of the second-round World Cup duel between Mexico and Germany.
Geraldo Rivera will host a second nightly program on CNBC when his new show, tentatively titled "Upfront Tonight," replaces the long-running "Equal Time" in the 7:30 p.m. timeslot.
UPN is making some changes to spice up "The Love Boat: The Next Wave." The netlet has recast the role of cruise director, replacing Stacey Travis with actress, model and former Playboy playmate Heidi…
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