MSNBC has canceled "Edgewise," a weekly show featuring reporter John Hockenberry. The series, airing at 8 p.m. Saturday (with repeats at 11 p.m. and at 8 and 11 p.m. Sunday), "hasn't performed as…
Grupo Argos last week inaugurated its new studio facility just outside the capital, and the extra space should help broadcaster TV Azteca step up its rate of production.
Looking to infuse its production staff with some marketing know-how, TriStar Pictures has shifted Col TriStar VP of creative advertising Ricky Strauss to a VP of production slot.
Members of the House and Senate Commerce Committees have not only agreed to lend billions of dollars of spectrum to broadcasters for free, they also have proposed sunsetting the decades-old ban on…
ABC has given a full-year pickup to its latenight frosh strip "Politically Incorrect With Bill Maher," meaning the show will be on the web's latenight schedule through the end of 1998.
While Oz's main pay TV carriers are in the throes of merger arrangements, Rupert Murdoch's Foxtel cabler has announced its first rate increase in its two years on air, with basic subscriptions rising…
In a sizzling weekend frame at the overseas B.O., dinosaurs conquered the U.K., Sony's merry men in black blitzed Taiwan and Argentina, and Batman and his sidekick continued on a tear.
CBS is mounting a cost-cutting program among headquarters staff in a bid to boost profits and prepare for its spinoff from Westinghouse Electric Corp.'s industrial businesses.
Nickelodeon plans to begin rolling out Aug. 23 the first new installments in four years of its popular cartoon series "Rugrats," with 13 original episodes to run during the coming season and a total…
Latin America net Teleuno has expanded its ad team with four new executives in response to greater distribution and subscriber growth and the increase in local and pan-regional advertising.