ESPN has hired Harold Anderson, programming chief of pay TV operator Sky Entertainment in New Zealand, to set up its Asian service.
The percentage of minorities working in TV reached a record high in 1992, but minority hirings fell in radio, according to a study by the Radio & Television News Directors Assn.
Time magazine, the nation's oldest newsweekly, will be available electronically by computer starting in September.
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No Good Deed
No Good Deed1Weekend:$24.5M
Dolphin Tale 2
Dolphin Tale 22Weekend:$16.6M
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy3Weekend:$8.0M Disney
Summer B.O. $ 1.3 billion Final season tally is expected to reach at least $ 2 billion. If the pace continues, the gross could hit $ 2.07 billion by summer's end, surpassing 1989's record $ 2.04…
French video distribbery NMV looks likely to close following the decision of two of its main shareholders, Studio Canal Plus and AMLF, to form a new French video distribution company with Fox Video…
Three TV stations have each been slapped with $ 15,000 fines by the FCC for violating ad-limit guidelines in the 1990 Children's Television Act.
In the latest round of executive hirings at Permut Presentations, Christopher Eisenberg has been named the company's newest development VP and Lisa Alden has been designated director of development.
The Peters Entertainment Co. was thrust into the middle of a British political imbroglio after the U.K. press reported that company principals Jon Peters and Adam Fields had cut $ 100,000 deals with…
David Liddiment, program director of Granada TV, has become the latest big name from the commercial TV sector to be poached by the BBC.
The proposed reinstatement of the Fairness Doctrine gathered steam in a House subcommittee Monday as lawmakers dismissed suggestions that government will unfairly use it to browbeat broadcasters.