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.
NBC is trying to strike first in the three-way Harding-Kerrigan movie derby, announcing an April 30 airdate for its unauthorized account, "The Tonya & Nancy Story."
Arthur Kent, the former NBC newsman who achieved instant fame covering the Persian Gulf War, Wednesday dropped his $ 25 million breach of contract and defamation suit against NBC in exchange for an…
The deal to pump life into Cannon Pictures has apparently fallen through, as would-be rescuer Panda Pictures filed a $ 20 million suit that accuses the indie of, among other things, lying about its…
Peter Stamelman has joined the Howard-Sloan-Koller Group executive search firm, where he will serve as VP specializing in recruiting for broadcast, cable, interactive and multimedia. Stamelman, who…
ValueVision Intl. Inc. said it plans to finance the acquisition of National Media Corp. through a private placement of units consisting of debt securities and warrants for ValueVision common stock. *…
The directors of this year's foreign-language film nominees will gather Saturday at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' annual symposium in their honor and, one day earlier, the makers of…
Privately held Continental Cablevision Inc., the nation's third-largest cable operator, said its revenues for the year ended Dec. 31 were $ 1.2 billion, a 5.7 % increase from 1992.
The Associated Press has appointed Stephen Claypole, editor of Reuters Television, as the managing director and chief executive of its recently announced international news video division, APTV.
George Hamilton and Lucie Arnaz are preparing to squeeze their way into the crowded daytime syndicated talkshow arena in 1995.
NBC said its new cable web America's Talking will launch July 4 with over 10 million subscribers and has commitments from cable operators to reach another 24 million homes in five years.