Ad sales for CBS Sports' coverage of the 1994 Winter Olympic Games have surpassed 70%, with the network attributing the strong early showing to an influx of new advertisers.
Indie TV producer Wall to Wall Television has entered a two-year co-development deal with Itel, the London-based international distribution company jointly owned by Home Box Office and Anglia TV.
"Eyes on the Prize" filmmaker Henry Hampton is the recipient of public TV's 1993 Ralph Lowell Award.
"KTLA Morning News" crushed KTTV's new "Good Day L.A." in their first head-to-head competition Monday.
Capital Cities/ABC yesterday declared its 5 cents regular quarterly dividend. The dividend is payable Aug. 11 to shareholders of record June 30.
Carlton Communications has joined the crowd of international media companies scouting for investment opportunities in the blossoming Asian TV market.
"Front Page," Fox's first prime time newsmagazine, bows at 9 p.m. Saturday. The weekly one-hour program features correspondents Ron Reagan Jr., Andria Hall, Tony Harris, Vicki Liviakis and Josh…
KABC-TV weekend anchor Joanne Ishimine, who will celebrate her 20th anniversary with the station at the end of July, is ankling to join her husband in Chicago, station exex confirmed Tuesday.
Television group broadcaster Silver King Communications reported lackluster operating results for its fiscal third quarter ended May 31.
Sony's plans to build a massive complex in Berlin to house its European headquarters have been pushed back two years. Groundbreaking will not occur until 1995, said Josef Brauner, new head of Sony's…
In a pickup that will help bolster the network if cable operators decide to raise subscriber fees, Showtime has signed a long-term $ 200-million-plus deal with TriStar Pictures.