Time Warner Inc. chairman and chief executive officer Gerald Levin said Thursday there was no squabble between him and vice chairman Ted Turner over plans for the Court TV cable channel.
Former CBS Entertainment prexy Peter Tortorici has quietly left Carsey-Werner and is consulting for Columbia TriStar Intl. TV, sources said Thursday.
After a cavalcade of catch phrases and character actor witnesses, Jerry Seinfeld departed from the NBC airwaves Thursday night, as an estimated 79 million viewers watched Jerry and his three pals pay…
Universal has upped Mauricio Gerson, G.M. of the USA Latin America network, to VP and managing director of newly created division Universal Studios Networks.
In their second deal together, Warner Bros. has agreed to distribute Alcon Entertainment's "Lost & Found," the David Spade starrer to which actress Sophie Marceau has just been added.
Jay Berman, chairman of the Recording Industry of America will depart the trade org to become chairman and CEO of the Intl. Federation of the Phonographic Institute.
Billionaire investor and Univision chairman Jerry Perenchio emerged Thursday as the leader of the third group vying to purchase Polygram.
Universal may choose not to base its new European headquarters in the U.K. if the unbundling of cable and satellite TV channel packages goes ahead.
The wedding episode of CBS' "The Nanny" has marched to that series' highest Nielsens since Sept. 25, 1996, but the final firstrun airing of ABC's "Ellen" equaled that sitcom's second-lowest firstrun…
Perhaps proving that there are profits in online commerce, Ticketmaster Online sold 522,926 tickets worth $19.5 million over its Internet site during the first quarter ended April 30, 1998.
Much like "Seinfeld's" George Costanza, ABC and CBS were concerned about "shrinkage" Thursday night -- Nielsen shrinkage, that is.