The FCC has turned thumbs down on Time Warner Cable's bid to shift pubcasting outlet WNYC-TV, New York, from channel 3 to channel 31 in Manhattan.
It was not the best of pre-Memorial Day weekends. Two highly anticipated summer releases, Paramount's erotic thriller "Sliver" and "Hot Shots: Part Deux, " the sequel to Fox's high grossing bravery…
A federal judge on Friday upheld the decision by the Writers Guild of America , West, to shut down all public forums on the union's electronic bulletin board.
CBS continued as the perennial big winner at the technical and creative arts portion of the Daytime Emmy Awards, claiming 13 trophies during Saturday night ceremonies at the Red Lion Hotel in…
Universal Pictures is moving the release date for John Woo's "Hard Target," starring Jean-Claude Van Damme, from the fall to Aug. 20. The company cited successful early test screenings and a desire…
The final tally is in: Virtually every major studio in Hollywood has declared it will not distribute movies theatrically that have had pay-per-view premieres on television.
John Fasano, who's scripting Cinergi's "Die Hard 3," has signed with the William Morris Agency, leaving his agency of the last three years, Intl. Creative Management.
Treating its host rather rudely, ABC's first American Television Awards were dominated by two NBC series: "Seinfeld" and the canceled drama "I'll Fly Away."
Continental Cablevision Inc. said revenues increased 7% to $ 287.5 million in the first quarter, ended March 31, compared with the same period in 1992.
NBC and ABC were tied through three weeks of the May sweeps, with an 11.7 rating each, before "Cheers" turned the lights out on any suspense in the monthlong ratings survey.
The fare is in the basket and the light is green for "Tollbooth," a quirky love story to be produced by Steven Wolf ("Scorchers") and written and directed by Salome Breziner.