News, programming and promotional employees at WBAL-TV, Baltimore, have voted overwhelmingly in favor of representation by the Writers Guild of America, East, according to a spokesman for the org.
Walt Disney World plans to build three resorts with more than 4,500 rooms and a third water theme park during the 1990s.
Last week's "Beverly Hills, 90210" was a repeat, not an original episode.
The Motion Picture Assn. of America assisted the Suffolk County, N.Y., District Attorney's office in raids of suspected pirate video operations at 24 locations on Sept. 30, resulting in 16 arrests.
Lobbying group Viewers for Quality Television continues to back struggling series, giving its highest rating on a new show to CBS' "Middle Ages" and its top overall ratings to "I'll Fly Away" and…
Game One of the National League Championship series looked marginal in Tuesday's ratings, while a half-hour Ross Perot political pitch crossed the plate with rather respectable numbers of its own.
The Television Bureau of Advertising recently surveyed eight Wall Street analysts seeking their forecasts for advertising growth in 1993 and found widely differing results.
Carsey-Werner's "You Bet Your Life" stuck at the same level as its first week in national syndication according to Nielsen rankings for Sept. 21-27, while "The Wonder Years" and "Designing Women" led…
The Senate yesterday passed by voice vote a bill permitting the legal use of digital audio tape machines while compensating songwriters and diskeries for losses from home taping.
It's only a matter of time before Hong Kong becomes a common source of Canadian co-production funding, according to government officials, lawyers, bankers, producers and directors from both…
Democratic vice presidential candidate Al Gore will follow the lead of running mate Bill Clinton when he takes part in an MTV "Choose or Lose" forum on Oct. 20 at 10 p.m. Clinton faced the youth of…