In Germany, politics and TV traditionally have had little to common ground, evening news excepted. That may soon change.
Backed with some of his own funds and some provided by others, Lifetime president Thomas Burchill has purchased a majority position in the country's third largest television station rep firm Petry.
America apparently can't get enough of Amy Fisher, as the second and third telefilm versions of her story within a week both drew strong ratings--opposite each other, no less--on ABC and CBS.
Ontario's production industry paints a much brighter picture of 1992 than the weatherman. While residents experienced the province's lowest-ever level of sunshine, the production community basked in…
The Australian Broadcasting Authority has issued draft guidelines on local content rules for future pay-television drama service Down Under.
Veteran political reporter Linda Douglass, who announced she was leaving KNBC-TV back in November, has landed at CBS News as a general assignment reporter based at the web's Washington, D.C., bureau.
Jamie Kellner, one of the last original Fox Broadcasting Co. executives at the weblet, is leaving his post as president-chief operating officer after nearly seven years in the job.
Mark Hoffman, a tabloid-oriented news director at CBS-owned WBBM-TV in Chicago, reportedly has been offered the job of news director at KNBC-TV.
Responding to widespread criticism over last year's Primetime Emmy Awards, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' national awards committee has proposed several major changes in award…
NBC has confirmed the move of "Seinfeld" to Thursdays beginning Feb. 4 as part of an expected four-night program shift and has announced that it will double-run "Cheers" at 8 and 9 p.m. through the…