Eastman Kodak Co. weathered last year well, despite hefty restructuring charges, by posting higher earnings and sales for the fourth quarter.
Consumers who decide to terminate cable television service must be allowed to buy the wiring into their homes from the cable company, the Federal Communications Commission said yesterday. Previously…
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CBS will fight reality with reality beginning March 10, scheduling the Lorimar TV reality series "How'd They Do That?" at 8 p.m. Wednesdays opposite NBC's "Unsolved Mysteries."
Fox O&Os 8 The stations division of Fox Broadcasting Co. will acquire weblet's Atlanta affil, WATL Channel 36. Story, page 3.
Graff Pay-Per-View Inc. announced that it completed a $ 4 million private placement to mainly institutional holders.
Walt Disney Co. has formed a joint venture in India that will put Disney-licensed products in competition with numerous counterfeits.
Frank Mancuso, who's been lying low since he left Paramount, re-emerges with an extremely high-profile project to be directed by Jack Nicholson and starring Nick Nolte. Details in DISH, page 27.
In the 23 years since the Federal Communications Commission adopted fin-syn rules to protect independent producers, the share of indie-produced programs in prime time has fallen dramatically.
Columbia TriStar posted its best U.K. debut ever with the past weekend's record $ 4,003,125 opening of "Bram Stoker's Dracula."
In a blockbuster legal move, Tom Hoberman has ankled his partnership post at Ziffren Brittenham & Branca for a partnership position at Hansen, Jacobson & Teller.