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…
Eyemark Entertainment has inked a big-bucks deal with Tribune Broadcasting's WPIX New York and KTLA Los Angeles for the off-network rights to the CBS sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond" beginning in…
The NBC O&O group is expected to name a new distributor for its syndie magazine show “Access Hollywood” by the end of this week. Warner Bros. is believed to be the leading contender to take over next…
The verdict is in: Warner Bros.' "Judge Mathis" is headed for a fall 1999 syndie bow.
It's the end of an era at 4, 5, 6 and 11 p.m. for KNBC: Longtime news anchor Kelly Lange is exiting NBC's Los Angeles O&O at the end of the month after a 28-year run.
Alliance Atlantis has pulled the plug on its Pax TV drama series "Little Men" after 13 segs.
Most daytime syndie yakkers hit the skids in the first full week after the November sweep, according to Nielsen's latest syndie ratings report for the week ended Dec. 6.
With the syndie sales season in full swing, MGM TV and Tribune Entertainment are making headway on new strip prospects for fall 1999.
The broadcast webs scrambled Wednesday to keep up with fast-changing events in Washington, where the focus shifted at midday from the historic impeachment proceedings to the air strikes over Iraq.