The European Community finally overcame British opposition and agreed on a subsidy plan to promote cinema-quality high-definition television.
Infinity Broadcasting and two of its WJFK-FM, Washington, deejays have been sued for $ 50 million by a Baltimore woman who claims she was defamed during a broadcast earlier this year.
Gillian Rice, an award-winning television news reporter who formerly worked for KCAL-TV's predecessor, KHJ, died June 13 of lung cancer.
Sen. Paul Simon (D-Ill.) will be the luncheon speaker at the National Council for Families & Television's daylong, consciousness-raising leadership conference on violence in television programming…
Anthony A. Mueller Sr., a member of the World War II Flying Tigers and co-author of the book "God Is My Co-Pilot," died June 6 of pancreatic cancer.
Superior Court Judge Dzintra Janavs affirmed Tuesday that "Problem Child" star Michael Oliver has to return $ 170,000 to Universal Pictures.
'Jurassic Park' $ 8.6 million Monday Universal's blockbuster continued to demolish box office records, breaking the all-time single-day gross for a Monday with revenues of $ 8.6 million. The previous…
President Clinton on Tuesday announced a cost-saving consolidation of government foreign broadcast services that were spawned by Cold War competition between East and West.
Jan Wiley Greene, film actress of the 1940s, died May 27 of cancer in Rancho Palos Verdes.
Alan King in from Toronto. Meredith MacRae back from Gotham, Branson, Mo.
The Television Critics Assn. Awards will be televised for the first time this summer by cable network E! Entertainment Television, with honors to be presented in eight categories.