Turner Broadcasting has landed the first broadcast window to its sister company New Line's "Blast From the Past," which premiered in theaters last weekend to a respectable $9.16 million.
The networks have reached the halfway point of the February sweeps with NBC still controlling the adults 18-49 race, leading by a full rating point, but CBS continues to hang within striking distance…
Former Sinclair Broadcasting chief Barry Baker has been named president and chief operating officer of USA Networks Inc., ending a week of speculation about his future.
ABC has greenlit a handful of comedy and reality pilots, including a U.S. version of the hit British quiz show "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" and several romantic comedies.
Mariel Hemingway has signed for the lead in TBS Superstation's original movie "First Daughter." Doug Savant ("Melrose Place") and Monica Keena ("Dawson's Creek") will co-star in the political…
RCTI, the leading Indonesian network, is laying off 20% to 30% of its personnel in March as it battles to survive the monetary crisis that has been raging since July 1997.
ABC is benching its Tuesday comedy "Sports Night" for the last week of sweeps, and NBC has collapsed its Monday comedy schedule for all of March.
Veteran pay TV exec David Evans has been tapped as president and CEO of the Hallmark Entertainment Network, effective March 1.
Canada's public broadcasting system is in disarray as unionized staff went on strike Wednesday after mediated talks between management and unionized technical workers broke down.
Andre Braugher has long been viewed in TV circles as the finest actor in America who isn't yet a superstar, and with his masterfully intense performance in this potent made-for-cable docudrama…
A decision over the future of a regional Czech license has been postponed after protests by local government officials.