TriStar Pictures--consigned to oblivion by some Hollywood observers--flexed its muscles yesterday, confirming its 1993 slate and outlining an impressive development roster.
Group broadcaster United Television yesterday announced that its net income for the year ended Dec. 31 more than tripled to $ 16,155,000, or $ 1.54 per share, from net income in 1991 of $ 5,151,000…
NBC has shuffled the top layer of management in its technical operations division, naming Randel Falco president of broadcast and network operations and shifting Michael Sherlock to exec VP of…
The Justice Dept. has reversed course and now says it will defend the must-carry provision of the new cable reregulation law that requires cablers to carry most local broadcast stations.
Like the Genie in Disney's $ 200-million-bound "Aladdin," animation is suddenly everywhere in all shapes and sizes in films, and on television.
Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution's heavily promoted two-hour debut of "Kung Fu: The Legend Continues" proved an even bigger ratings winner nationally than in Nielsen metered markets…
Female radio news directors make more money annually than male counterparts, but only in midsized markets, according to a new study done for the Radio-Television News Directors Assn.
The face of radio will change more in the next two years than it has in the last 10, according to Pollack Media Group chairman/CEO Jeff Pollack in the keynote speech yesterday to his 10th annual…
Everybody loves "The Simpsons," Fox's top-rated, animated comedy show airing Thursdays on prime-time television.
"Extreme Justice" was officially downgraded from an NC-17 to an R in the 1, 254th bulletin from the Motion Picture Assn. of America Inc.'s Classification & Rating Administration. As previously…
Fox Children's Network is No. 1 on Saturday mornings, thanks to a rousing new animated action-adventure series called "X-Men." For years, it was a show that nobody wanted.