It was duck-and-cover time for Oprah, Rosie, Sally, Regis & Kathie Lee and the occupants of "Hollywood Squares." The bombing of Iraq and the impeachment bombshells dropped in Washington last month…
Kevin O'Brien, a well-known exec in broadcasting circles, is in talks with CBS topper Mel Karmazin for a high-ranking post at the Eye web's station group.
Divorce rates in the U.S. may be dropping, but "Divorce Court" is a hot ticket in syndication.
Veteran TV journo Marcia Brandwynne is returning to the local TV news scene as exec producer of KTLA's "KTLA Morning News," starting Jan. 18.
KCBS is strongly considering bringing back a 4-5 p.m. local newscast to its weekday sked, possibly as early as next month.
Move over, Clara Bow. Monica Lewinsky was the "It" girl of 1998, according to two studies that tracked TV news and newsmagazine coverage during the past year.
The local ayem news race between NBC's KNBC and Fox O&O KTTV is heating up. Both stations notched big gains with femme news viewers in Nielsen's just-released L.A. demographic rating report for the…
Just call it perky vs. persnickety: "Friends" overtook "Seinfeld" as the most-watched syndie off-net sitcom strip for the first time in the week ended Dec. 13.
Talk TV veteran Amy Rosenblum has been upped to exec producer of Studios USA's talkshow strip hosted by Maury Povich.
Amid continued skepticism in Hollywood about its long-term viability, the four-month-old Pax TV weblet is heading into 1999 with plans to raise its profile by delivering more original programming…
Gotham-ites love NBC's "Today." The venerable morning show saw its adult 18-49 and 25-54 demo ratings soar, while its competition declined, in the nation's top TV market during the November sweeps…