The unique alliance between News Corp., Australia's Telecom and the Seven, Nine and Ten webs isn't abandoning its intention to enter the pay-TV business here.
Entertainment company Village Roadshow Ltd. is "cautiously confident" of beating last fiscal year's net income of A$11.12 million ($ 7.45 million), said chairman John Kirby.
Hank Ratner was promoted to executive VP, legal and business affairs, for Rainbow Programming Holdings Inc., a Cablevision Systems Corp. subsid. He was senior VP. * * * Barbara Parsky was named…
Les Mayfield has been set to direct 20th Century Fox's remake of "Miracle on 34th Street," which has been rewritten and will be produced by John Hughes.
The British government is expected to announce today the relaxation of restrictions on cross-ownership among the ITV commercial stations.
Paramount Communications has entered into an agreement with AT&T to develop pilots for interactive TV programming using AT&T software.
The U.S. Senate on Saturday voted to abolish the Copyright Royalty Tribunal, the tiny federal agency that divvies up cable TV copyright royalty money to Hollywood studios and other programmers.
Newly confirmed Federal Communications Commission chairman Reed Hundt says he's ready to stoke up the engines on the information superhighway, but he hasn't made up his mind on whether the fin-syn…
NBC has extended the daytime soap “Another World” through June 1995. The web also has a longterm deal on its other serial, Columbia’s “Days of Our Lives.” “Another World,” in its 30th year, comes…
TNT will air a "Tribute to Bill Bixby" from 12:30 a.m.-7 a.m. Friday, with 13 episodes of two series featuring the late actor, "My Favorite Martian" and "The Courtship of Eddie's Father." Bixby died…
Attorneys for singer Michael Jackson were ordered by a Los Angeles court Tuesday to make the singer available before year's end in the civil case lodged against the entertainer. The judge also set a…