Syndie stalwart "Entertainment Tonight" leads a buoyant magazine show pack that has shaken off the winter slumber and notched double-digit ratings growth over the past month.
Broadcasting biz veteran David Woodcock is returning to the Chris Craft/United TV fold as the new prexy and general manager of KCOP Los Angeles.
"The Roseanne Show" is facing a slew of timeslot downgrades this week as the struggling syndie yakker heads into February sweeps, but host and producers are soldiering on with promo-minded efforts to…
FROM NATPEWith every TV station in America getting a digital TV channel, syndicators could see a resurgence in sales of their library product over the next few years.
FROM NATPEAre the CBS O&Os planning to run more infomercials in prime access, despite CEO Mel Karmazin's contention that doing so last December was a mistake? Well ... not really, although a paid…
FROM NATPEFrom the food trays at the booths, to the programs for sale, to the traditional craziness on the floor, it seemed there was less of everything at NATPE this year.
FROM NATPENEW ORLEANS -- Calling himself "the man who put the 'sin' back in syndication," shock jock Howard Stern proudly took credit for pushing the boundaries of salty language heard on radio and…
FROM NATPEThe buttoned-down former Universal Studios topper Frank Biondi is in talks with the hardscrabble King brothers of King World Prods. to become a consultant on mergers and acquisitions for…
FROM NATPECabler TBS has picked up cable off-network rights to the CBS sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond" for a four-year term beginning in fall 2004.
FROM NATPE"Battle Dome" and "The Lost World" -- two titles that describe the mood among many execs at NATPE this year -- emerged with major clearance deals on the first day of horse trading in the…
FROM NATPEDigital must-carry is a must-have for broadcasters, top station execs told FCC commissioners and a key Clinton administration telecom policy adviser Monday during an ALTV panel sesh.