A number of syndicated series showed signs of life during the final week of August, but just as many wilted in the heat.
Dean Cain and Teri Hatcher of ABC's "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman," and Andrew Shue and Heather Locklear of Fox Broadcasting Co.'s "Melrose Place" have joined the celebrity lineup for…
Toronto's Second City Theatre, Vancouver-based broadcaster Western Intl. Communications and actor/comedian John Candy have joined forces toward a Canadian comedy channel.
Screen Actors Guild board members couldn't have picked a better place than Times Square for the street brawl that's likely to ensue during the Guild's national meeting this weekend over the issue of…
An Aug. 24 story about Bertelsmann Music Group earnings incorrectly reported on the company’s performance. The company reported $ 3 billion in earnings for the fiscal year ended June 30, attributable…
Glenn Gould (Canada) Cumberland 4 11:30 a.m. Libera (Italy) Backstage 1 Noon War Room (U.S.) Backstage 2 2 p.m. Temptation of a Monk (Hong Kong) Backstage 1 30 p.m. Suture (U.S.) Backstage 2 4:30…
The "KTLA Morning Show," the long-awaited follow-up to the top-rated "KTLA Morning News," debuted Tuesday with so-so numbers in Nielsen and Arbitron.
CBS has survived Labor Day viewer defections and shaky new-series performances to squeeze out a primetime Nielsens win for the Aug. 30-Sept. 5 week, the net's seventh win in nine weeks (including a…
"As of this moment, there's been no serious negotiations on audiovisual, and that's unthinkable," MPAA president Jack Valenti said Wednesday in regard to the upcoming GATT discussions.
ABC and PBS dominated the News and Documentary Emmy Awards, with the Alphabet web taking 11 trophies during Wednesday night's program in New York, and the pubcaster close behind with 10.
ABC has named Garrick Utley, a 30-year veteran of NBC News, its chief foreign correspondent, based in London.