Bernard Luskin has been named CEO of Jones Interactive Services Inc., a subsidiary of Jones Intercable, the country's seventh-largest cable operator.
James Kofalt, president and chief operating officer of Cablevision Systems Corp., the nation's fifth-largest cable operator with 2.3 million subscribers, resigned after 17 years with the company.
MCA TV apparently is so anxious to go forward with "The Suzanne Somers Show" this fall that it has told stations it will launch the talker if it is cleared in 50% of the country instead of the…
The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation is urging ABC to air an episode of "Roseanne" that shows the lead character exchanging a kiss with another woman in a gay bar.
NBC has established broad-based strategic alliances with America Online and Prodigy for interactive information and entertainment. Components will include such features as a bulletin board, sales of…
Cineplex Odeon Corp. announced Monday that a partnership, comprising the company and prominent Washington businessmen Ted and Jim Pedas, has completed the acquisition of RIO at Washingtonian Center…
The Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle might be spending more time on "Sunset Boulevard" when its awards ceremony rolls around April 10.
Discovery Communications Inc. Monday launched its third test of Your Choice TV, the video-on-demand system that allows cable subscribers to view shows when they want to -- not when the programs are…
Will the next Felix Awards presentation take place in Gothenburg, Sweden, in 1995? It is not as far-fetched as it might sound.
Total TV advertising will surpass newspaper revenues for the first time in 1994, according to estimates released by the Television Bureau of Advertising.
“Blink” is a New Line Cinema release. Distribution credit was incorrect in Album Spotlight Monday. * * * Domestic distribution credit for Carolco’s “Wagons East” was incorrect Friday in Short Takes…