In an attempt to win back viewers lost to Fox Children's Network, both CBS and ABC are banking on proven feature film characters to shake up their Saturday ayem schedules.
GoodTimes Entertainment Co., best known for its Cindy Crawford, Mary Tyler Moore, Fabio and Marky Mark exercise videos, announced Tuesday the formation of a feature film division, GT Productions, and…
The Fox Children's Network, which last year built a commanding ratings lead over its syndicated and network competitors with such top-ranked shows as "The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" and "X-Men,"…
Despite a three-day Easter weekend, all but a few exclusive releases dropped in ticket sales. Good weather and the expanded release in New York of last week's big winner, Gramercy's "Four Weddings…
The 19th annual American Women in Radio & Television National Commendation Awards saluted CBS' "Murphy Brown" and "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," Metromedia's "The Jerry Springer Show," ABC's "PrimeTime…
With Ameritech soon to finalize its purchase of a 30% share in General Electric's Information Services division, GE's online computer service is already looking to the deal to help it expand into…
Boldly going where no one has gone before, Mitchell Rubenstein, president and founder of Big Entertainment, has purchased the rights to an as-yet unseen universe and fictitious character created by…
As the first rain of spring fell on New York, the city's A list crowded into an Academy Awards party at Elaine's, to debate the likely winners and whether or not the Oscars should play New York.
Following fast on last month's Disney purchase of Times Square's New Amsterdam Theater, Time Warner's music division is looking to establish a similar presence on West 42nd Street.
The Academy Awards are about to take a spin on the information superhighway. Cable's Comedy Central and Prodigy, the nation's largest online service, are teaming to skewer the awards ceremony.
With the ink on its Fox deal fully dry, the National Football League announced that it would be beaming its games to satellite dish owners, via TVN, the multichannel pay-per-view satellite network.