ABC has announced a reorganization of its West Coast publicity department in the wake of the departure of several longtime staffers.
Arleen Sorkin, the former co-host on ABC's "America's Funniest People," has slapped the show's producer with a racial discrimination suit, saying that he let her go because she was white.
General Motors Corp. once again is fighting a TV news show that questioned the safety of its pickup trucks with side-mounted gasoline tanks.
KCBS-TV found itself cast as the villain for a few hours Thursday in the Rodney G. King beating trial.
Roseanne and Tom Arnold, striking a more conciliatory pose, issued a statement Thursday saying their William Morris Agency reps remain in discussions with ABC "and we are hopeful everything will be…
The cable industry's bid to block implementation of must-carry rules until the U.S. Supreme Court decides on their constitutionality was denied in U.S. District Court Thursday.
Cable industry lawyers have asked a U.S. District Court here to delay implementation of its decision last week upholding the constitutionality of a law granting broadcasters sweeping must-carry…
ABC has named Emily Rooney executive producer of "ABC World News Tonight," making her the first woman appointed to head a nightly newscast.
Miami-based Canal Hollywood and Galavision, controlled by Mexican company Televisa, have emerged as the first foreign competitors bidding for transponders on Spanish direct-broadcast satellite…
Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) has become the latest politician who claims the Federal Communications Commission should consider job creation a factor in its final selection of a U.S. HDTV standard.
Wharf Cable has signed with U.S.-based General Instrument for a supply of 1 million cable converters.