ABC Radio Networks' Tom Joyner will serve as emcee for the NAB Radio Show in Seattle (Oct. 14-17), which closes with the smooth sounds of Motown great Smokey Robinson.
CBS, Fox and CBS affiliates have filed a plaintiffs' motion in Miami that intensifies the debate over DBS importation of local broadcast signals.
Winging east, Giselle Fernandez of "Access Hollywood" and Hector Elizondo of "Chicago Hope" head here next month to co-host the 12th annual Hispanic Heritage Awards.
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Nickelodeon will extend its direct pipeline to kids by tapping into one of the younger set's biggest influences: teachers.
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A flurry of paperwork hit the FCC last Friday, the deadline for filing reply comments about the agency's review of broadcast ownership and other rules.
Dustin Hoffman may have played him on film, but now Robert De Niro is also having his say. De Niro is hosting an HBO documentary titled "Lenny Bruce: Swear to Tell the Truth" that debuts at the Film…
The high-definition TV picture could get a little clearer this morning when C-Span devotes its daily "Washington Journal" program to HDTV.
Miami has just set a record, but it's a rather unenviable one: The city is the site of the FCC's largest shutdown of unlicensed radio stations ever.
The launch of the Monitor Channel, a basic cable service skedded to debut May 1, appears to defy the recessional market forces affecting cablers. While other channels are merging (Ha! and the Comedy…