KNBC-TV's unprecedented midsweeps anchor shuffling, which comes with the once-powerful station's news ratings in the tank, may be only the first step in an effort to revive the O&O.
FROM ENTERTAINER TO REVOLUTIONARY: Castle Rock has cut a deal with Emmy-winning actress Lynn Whitfield ("The Josephine Baker Story") to star in and produce a movie about '60s radical Angela Davis.
This is the season when the nation's biggest investors make clear who they think will be winners on Wall Street.
An angry demonstration by RTVE workers last week sparked a general alarm that the pubcaster, reportedly carrying an accumulated debt of some $ 1 billion, may cut its personnel in half by 1996.
Mark your calendars: The Primetime Emmy Awards will be presented Sept. 19 on ABC, returning to an eve-of-the-new-season airdate instead of the late-August window the ceremony occupied the past two…
While many Oscar-nominated films were in wide release, limited play for "Indochine" and such new arrivals as "Strictly Ballroom" produced solid results for indie distributors. Miramax's "Strictly…
Cablevision Systems Corp. this week is expected to announce plans to roll out "the nation's largest electronic highway" to homes in New York and Long Island, following a similar announcement from…
KCOP-TV yesterday confirmed expectations that longtime station manager Rick Feldman will succeed Bill Frank, the dean of Los Angeles TV station general managers, on March 1.
The American Civil Liberties Union yesterday filed suit to block new Federal Communications Commission rules limiting the availability of "indecent" programming on cable-leased access channels.
Last Week…$ 100,200,000 1992…$ 100,900,000 1991…$ 120,000,000 Year to date…$ 516,400,000 *1992…$ 453,200,000 1991…$ 584,300,000 *– one week less
Mitch Horwits will join Spelling Entertainment as senior VP, acquisitions and co-productions, responsible for acquiring TV and theatrical product as well as expanding the company's role in TV…