FOR THOSE WHO MAY have found this space a little grumpy during 1992, we feature a new (and probably short-lived) attitude in the first column of 1993: Enthusiasm.
The internal shuffling at Fox Inc. continued with confirmation that Lucie Salhany would become chairman of Fox Broadcasting Co., filling the void left by the announcement president-chief operating…
It's going to take a little longer to call roll at Fox Inc.'s board meetings from now on, with the addition of four new directors bringing membership to seven.
Domestic Film DAILY
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The Equalizer1Daily:$3.0M Cumulative:$37.1M Sony / Columbia -63.56%
The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner2Daily:$968,406 Cumulative:$58.9M Fox -77.28%
The Boxtrolls3Daily:$733,441 Cumulative:$18.0M Focus -84.99%
Jamie Kellner, one of the last original Fox Broadcasting Co. executives at the weblet, is leaving his post as president-chief operating officer after nearly seven years in the job.
NBC has confirmed the move of "Seinfeld" to Thursdays beginning Feb. 4 as part of an expected four-night program shift and has announced that it will double-run "Cheers" at 8 and 9 p.m. through the…
Responding to widespread criticism over last year's Primetime Emmy Awards, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' national awards committee has proposed several major changes in award…
CBS may have found the right prescription for Saturday with the new in-house hour "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," which rang in New Year's night with a 28 share opposite college football and converted…
After several years of relative stability, the networks and Fox Broadcasting Co. end 1992 with some new faces at the tiller, although most anticipate little change in either their priorities or…
NBC has set dates for longform programming and specials through the February sweeps, including a first-ever prime time berth for the NBA All-Star Game and the four-hour miniseries "The Ninja Murders."
IN THE WORLD OF NETWORK TELEVISION, those who don't study history aren't necessarily doomed to failure, but since most things on TV fail, executives try to hedge their bets and study it anyway.