FROM NABFederal Communications Commission chairman William Kennard used his traditional address at the annual broadcasters confab to repeat his worries about growing concentration in the broadcasting…
Now that Leslie Moonves is adding news, sports and affiliate relations to his network programming fiefdom, many Hollywood insiders are questioning how he'll split his time between the various duties.
The first two hours of the 12-hour HBO/Imagine Entertainment miniseries anthology "From the Earth to the Moon" Sunday night lifted off the launchpad with sizable audience numbers (though not a…
Tough-talking radio entrepreneur Mel Karmazin took effective control of CBS Corp. Tuesday when he was named president and chief operating officer with responsibility for all operations, ensuring…
British Sky Broadcasting and Scottish Media Group are shutting down Sky Scottish, their soccer-based TV channel, after a run of less than 18 months.
Proving once again that the big and powerful often get bigger and more powerful, Microsoft and Sony on Tuesday announced plans to establish a link between the personal computer and consumer…
College basketball's championship game has fed CBS an easy layup of a victory in March 30-April 5 primetime Nielsen household ratings. But even without a ratings bounce from basketball, CBS would…
CableAce, which has handed out prizes to cable networks for the last 19 years, won its own award here Tuesday; unfortunately the category was "the awards show that most deserves to be discontinued."
FROM NABRadio and TV talker Rush Limbaugh was honored Tuesday as the latest inductee into the National Association of Broadcasters' Broadcasting Hall of Fame.
Luise C. Hollowell has joined Miramax Films as senior vice president of marketing. She will be based in New York and will report to Mark Gill, president of Miramax L.A.
ABC has fallen off the beam with Monday's premiere of "Push," and Fox's attempt to rest "Melrose Place" and substitute the comedies "Damon" and "Getting Personal" has also failed to impress.