The arrival of emerging technologies such as multichannel superhighways and movies-on-demand will not stunt the growth of special-interest video, and the involvement of the major studios ensures the…
The FCC on Tuesday rescinded a waiver allowing General Telephone Co. of California (GTECA) to build a cable TV service in Cerritos, and ordered a sale of the cable operation within 120 days.
Bell Atlantic chieftain Raymond Smith said Tuesday the TV business will have "stupendous" growth over the next decade, and that Hollywood will be a chief beneficiary of the explosion in video choices.
Home Shopping Network Inc. and Black Entertainment Television have agreed to consider developing shop-at-home programming for BET.
With more than 20 European films under her belt, Polish actress Beata Pozniak was known overseas, but not in America when she arrived in 1988.
The British actors' union Equity has lifted its ban on sale of TV programs to South Africa, reopening a major English-language market to U.K. producers.
Acting FCC chairman James Quello said Tuesday he's reassessing a plan to allow telephone companies in cities of up to 10,000 people to provide cable TV service.
Interfilm Inc., the producer of the world's first interactive theatrically released film, entered into an agreement with American Multi Cinema Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of AMC Entertainment Inc.
Barry Diller looks ready to make his move. Speaking Tuesday at a broadcast industry confab in Washington, D.C., Diller said QVC is continuing talks with telco BellSouth and might up its $ 80 a share…
France's giant TV production company Societe Francaise de Production (SFP) will not be privatized, according to culture minister Jacques Toubon.
KLSX-FM's caustic Gotham import Howard Stern has once again overtaken KLOS-FM's Mark & Brian in the 6-10 a.m. race, according to the three-month Arbitrend report covering October.