United Television Inc. profit for the fourth quarter ended Dec. 31 rose 11% to $ 9.04 million (89 cents a share) from a year earlier.
Brian Lowry: Changing Channels
Serious TV violence that occurs on over-the-air TV is found more often on firstrun syndicated shows than network programming, a new study has found.
The cable industry cried foul at the FCC's 3-0 decision Tuesday to extend the freeze on cable TV rates three months to May 15. Wall Street analysts said the move would continue to depress cable…
"Babylon 5," the latest addition to Warner Bros.' Prime Time Entertainment Network, saw its ratings dip slightly but still posted solid numbers in its second week.
"Full House" exec producers Dennis Rinsler and Marc Warren have inked a new exclusive long-term agreement with the show's production company, Warner Bros. TV.
The Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors has installed five new members. They are Hamilton S. Cloud II, Austin Kalish, Judith Paige Mitchell, Bonnie Raskin and Josef Anderson.
Hollywood's craft unions shouted a resounding "Yea" to its new contract with producers Tuesday, ratifying the newly negotiated pact with all 216 delegate votes.
CBS News went to the Supreme Court on Tuesday, asking Justice Harry Blackmun to overturn a South Dakota court's injunction against tonight's episode of "48 Hours."
Paramount Pictures upped Mark Badagliacca to senior VP of planning, the division responsible for co-financing activities, strategic planning and business development for the motion picture and TV…
United Artists keeps coming up with clever ways to jump-start the shingle. The studio has banded with producer Gary Lucchesi to acquire the series of Quiller mystery books by Adam Hall, the pseudonym…