Sumi Sevilla Haru has been elected president of the Assn. of Asian Pacific American Artists -- an organization established to promote realistic images and balanced portrayals of Asian Pacific…
The FCC has denied a request from consumer groups that would have allowed cable TV customers to immediately begin deducting 15% from their monthly bills.
More than 100 TV stations have signed up for "Flood Aid," an hourlong primetime telethon tonight that will try to coax viewers to send money to the Red Cross for victims of the Midwest floods.
All is not happy at "Home Improvement," with the three child actors on the hit ABC comedy seeking more money, and all, thus far, no-shows for the first week of production.
A staffer at Fox's Gotham station WNYW-TV has filed a $ 1 million discrimination suit in New York's U.S. District Court against her employer.
Brian Lowry: Changing Channels
NBC, which lost more than $ 100 million on the 1992 Barcelona Olympics with its experimental "triplecast," has caught Olympic fever again -- paying a record $ 456 million for rights to air the 1996…
ABC has ridden "The Thorn Birds" to the net's biggest primetime Nielsens win since Academy Awards week March 29-April 4.
CBS has ordered a new primetime serial from "Homefront" and "Knots Landing" writer-producer team Lynn Marie Latham and Bernard Lechowick under the working title "Second Chances."
CBS hopes the results of two research surveys will dispel "popular misconceptions" about the older demographic the network attracts.
A three-year study of the three major television networks shows decreasing violence in primetime and children's programming, a university researcher said Tuesday.