NBC, whose executives were looking for ways to take some attention away from the David Letterman story, announced new sitcom projects in the works with "Cheers' " George Wendt and former "Night…
Broadcasters are urging the Federal Communications Commission to allow them full entry into new technologies such as high-speed data transmission to help pay for the conversion to high definition TV.
Prime Ticket has struck a ground-breaking five-year deal with the California Angels, an arrangement that will bring Major League baseball to the basic-cable regional sports network for the first time.
While barter is still champ, cash may become syndication's comeback kid. That's what some syndicators and stations are predicting as the economy picks up and cash assumes a more prominent place in…
Anne Archer, Dan Aykroyd, Bette Midler, Tom Skerritt, Carol Burnett and Jay Leno will be presenters at the Golden Globes Jan. 23 at the BevHilton.
The U.S. motion picture and TV industries have globalized twice as fast as the overall U.S. economy, according to a study expected to be released today by the Commerce Department.
The Rank Organisation, Britain's largest leisure and entertainment conglom, yesterday posted disappointing results for the year ended Oct. 31, 1992.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences board of governors -- reacting to severe media criticism and ABC's upcoming TV awards show--has approved a number of major procedural changes in the…
The post mortem on Imagine Films Entertainment has begun, with Wall Street exex and entertainment toppers left wondering if a small entertainment firm can, in fact, successfully function as a…
Nominations ballots for the Academy Awards go out today. Ballots are due by 5 p.m. Feb. 3. Nominees will be announced at 5:30 a.m. Feb. 17 at the Motion Picture Academy on Wilshire Blvd.
Tele-Communications Inc. is reaping enormous benefits from its foray into new technology. The nation's largest MSO saw its stock soar 7.4% yesterday after a presentation to institutional investors…