ABC, CBS and NBC could lose a combined $ 15 million in advertising revenue due to the four 90-minute political debates, which will preempt such hit shows as "Full House,""Cheers" and "60 Minutes."…
Anticipating expansion in international markets, Time Life Inc. will announce today a commitment to spend $30 million over the next four years on original non-fiction programming.
Showtime has ordered another 20 half-hours of the erotic "Red Shoe Diaries."
With the overall box office take running a brisk 20% over its level a year ago, Fox's flamboyant western "The Last of the Mohicans" again dominated the weekend B.O.
A Georgia cable TV company claiming a right of access to run its lines, free of charge, into two Cobb County apartment complexes lost a Supreme Court appeal yesterday.
Congress voted last night to override a White House veto of cable reregulation legislation, breaking President Bush's unblemished veto record and handing him a humiliating defeat less than a month…
A wave of heavy selling hit the stock market yesterday, with the Dow Jones Industrials Average quickly plunging by more than 100 points before bargain-hunters emerged and erased most of the losses.
ABC confirmed yesterday that later this month it will begin testing a new late night program hosted by Robin Leach and Rae Dawn Chong that will mix entertainment and a direct marketing concept.
Turner Broadcasting System is expected to eliminate as many as 50 to 75 TV post-production staffers at Hanna-Barbera Inc. on Nov. 1 and farm the work to outside firms.
While the director's cut of "Blade Runner" continued to occupy the top spot among films in exclusive release in New York, "Of Mice and Men" in its opening frame knocked the sci-fier out of the No. 1…
Here are highlights of the cable rereg bill.