Privately held Continental Cablevision Inc., the nation's third-largest cable operator, said its revenues for the year ended Dec. 31 were $ 1.2 billion, a 5.7 % increase from 1992.
The Associated Press has appointed Stephen Claypole, editor of Reuters Television, as the managing director and chief executive of its recently announced international news video division, APTV.
George Hamilton and Lucie Arnaz are preparing to squeeze their way into the crowded daytime syndicated talkshow arena in 1995.
NBC said its new cable web America's Talking will launch July 4 with over 10 million subscribers and has commitments from cable operators to reach another 24 million homes in five years.
Acclaim Entertainment Inc. stock fell Wednesday on rumors that WMS Industries Inc., creator of the hit videogame, Mortal Kombat, will not renew a contract that allows Acclaim to re-package its games…
Danish state telecommunications monopoly Tele Danmark A/S Wednesday reported a hefty profit rise ahead of its partial privatization through the biggest stock issue in Denmark's history.
"Beethoven" and "Free Willy," two features with strong youth appeal, will both be making the transition to network television next fall as animated Saturday-morning series.
The Academy Awards are about to take a spin on the information superhighway. Cable's Comedy Central and Prodigy, the nation's largest online service, are teaming to skewer the awards ceremony.
SFX Broadcasting said it will acquire radio station WYHY-FM in Nashville, Tenn., from Legacy Broadcasting Partners of Nashville LP.
Welsh animated feature "The Princess and the Goblin" will be released theatrically in the U.S. and Canada via Hemdale.
The eighth annual Independent Spirit Awards get a new look and a new location as the burgeoning event shifts venues to the Hollywood Palladium Saturday.