Features

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Following The Leader?

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Mike Hevel has joined KSDK-TV as assistant news director, coming from WLWT-TV Cincinnati. Cliff Abromats, KSDK news director, was station manager when Hevel was news director at the Cincinnati…

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Monitoring China Trade

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The locally-based Monitor Television Inc., gearing to launch the Monitor Channel this year, has exclusive U.S. rights to “Silk Road,” a 42-part docuseries focusing on the trade route opened up by…

Marketplace

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Great Expectations

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WNYW-TV will air “In Full Effect,” a portrait of 1990s teenagers using cinema verite, music video and documentary techniques, as part of Fox' “Great Expectations: The Education Project,” a continuing…

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CBS Wins Week”s War

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With the start of the Persian Gulf war on Wednesday night, Week 18 (which ended Jan. 20) certainly qualifies as an a typical tv week. The all-primetime war news telecasts on both Wednesday (Jan. 16)…

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War Causes TNT Pic Rethink

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All library films at Turner Network Television are being reviewed to see if they are appropriate to be aired during the war with Iraq. Already yanked at TNT were “Submarine D1″ and “Hellcats Of The…

  • Film

88g For Filmers

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The Jerome Foundation has authorized $88,000 in film and video production grants to eight New York area picture makers. Recipients of the largesse from the St. Paul, Minn.-based organization are…

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Station Sales Set

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Sinclair Broadcast Group is buying Renaissance Communications' WPGH-TV, a Fox-affiliated indie, for $55 million. David D. Smith, exec v.p. of Sinclair, and Michael Finkelstein, prexy of Renaissance…

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