Ad agency executives applauded the WB's aggressive push into a fifth night of programming as well as the weblet's launch of three new dramas.
NBC execs and the Peacock web's affiliates are digging in their heels for protracted negotiations over a groundbreaking new business plan the network has put before affiliates.
CBS is expected to announce a fall schedule today that makes few bold changes, but leaves some high-profile series on the cutting-room floor.
DirecTV Japan on Tuesday for the first time released the number of subscribers it has in Japan, saying it enlisted 109,000 customers to its service since it started up last December.
Australia's highest-rated TV drama series, "Blue Heelers," has been sold to the U.S., where it will air each afternoon on satellite and cable channel Trio, launching in September.
The historic final episode of "Seinfeld" has handed NBC a heady victory that both symbolizes the Peacock's recent ratings dominance and reminds the network that the road ahead may get a little bumpy…
"Murphy Brown" has gone out with style, ending its 10-season run on CBS with its highest rating in nearly 20 months.
Fox Broadcasting Co. is expected to renew two series from 20th Century Fox TV that had been on the bubble: Chris Carter's drama "Millennium" and the midseason Vivica A. Fox comedy "Getting Personal."
ABC's new fall schedule should help the network stem its ratings hemorrhaging and maybe even increase viewership a bit, said ad agency execs after seeing the network's upfront presentation Tuesday.
ABC will unveil a fall schedule today that includes five new comedies and three new dramas, as well as a revamped Sunday lineup featuring "20/20" at 9 p.m. and the David E. Kelley drama "The…
The USA Network deal with Buena Vista TV for reruns of "Home Improvement" (Daily Variety, May 14) fell apart at the 11th hour and TBS has bought the series, beginning in June 2002.