A cable company considering offering pay-per-view Olympic events during the 1996 Atlanta Games should fix its attention to marketing to avoid following the disastrous path of this past summer's…
CBS will give the new Paramount Network TV comedy "Bob" a shot as part of its Monday lineup Dec. 21 at 8:30 p.m.--the same night where "Newhart" aired for seven years from 1982-90.
Cable TV and broadcasting--at war during the recent drive to reregulate the cable industry--will square off again in the negotiations concerning the retransmission consent provisions of the…
CBS News' Allen Pizzey was the first of the Big Three to file a live report from famine-stricken Somalia since the networks started beefing up staff in the region in preparation for the arrival of…
Supermodel Christie Brinkley, host of CNN's "Living in the '90s" will not be invited back to the network when her contact expires Jan. 4.
Producer Judy Polone has acquired rights to the book "JFK: Reckless Youth" and has put the project into development at ABC as a four-hour miniseries.
Paul McCartney yesterday renewed his contract with Capitol Records in the United States and EMI Music worldwide in a deal that will last "basically for the rest of his recording career," according to…
Adam's Rib (MGM, 1949). Producer, Lawrence Weingarten. Director, George Cukor. Annie Hall (UA, 1977). Producer, Charles H. Joffe. Director, Woody Allen.
Los Angeles-based literary boutique Michael Siegel & Associates Inc. is expanding its reach into Gotham's literati circles with the opening of a New York office to be headed by newly hired former…
The cable industry is poised to become the main delivery system for "the next generation of communications services."
"The Simpsons" are getting a new foster parent, with James L. Brooks' Gracie Films inking in David Mirkin--most recently associated with "The Edge" and "Get a Life"--to become the hands-on exec…