Nearly 150 small cable TV operators are blanketing D.C. this week in hopes of obtaining relief from a morass of new Federal Communications Commission regulations stemming from passage of the 1992…
Writer/director David Cronenberg has inked a deal with Paragon Entertainment to develop a six-part TV series, "Crimes Against Nature," for Canadian pubcaster CBC.
NBC and Kellogg USA have detailed their network/advertiser marketing campaign, which the parties announced in May, sans specifics, to be the largest of its kind ever.
The understaffed Federal Communications Commission has gotten an offer of assistance to help carry out the 1992 Cable Act from the U.S. Dept. of Treasury.
Former Twentieth TV prez Harris Katleman has left an independent production deal with the studio to become chief operating officer at Mark Goodson Prods., the parties confirmed.
Trimark Pictures promoted Tim Swain on Monday to senior VP of domestic distrib, responsible for theatrical and homevideo releases.
Warnings from NBC notwithstanding, David Letterman expects to take his latenight show to CBS virtually intact.
House telecommunications subcommittee chairman Ed Markey (D-Mass.) has named David Nemtzow as his senior staffer in charge of mass media issues.
CBS/Broadcast Group prez Howard Stringer defended his network's shift to short orders on all new series next season, contending the practice has less to do with lack of faith in the shows than…
A little more than three months after hiring Saatchi & Saatchi as its advertising agency, Savoy Pictures has jettisoned the firm and hired DMB&B.