Ross Perot's decision to re-enter the presidential race is so late in the campaign that it's unlikely to stimulate a huge advertising revenue windfall for the TV industry. But most expect it will…
Capital Cities/ABC prez Daniel Burke yesterday warned federal regulators that the switch to high definition TV could imperil the survival of small stations.
Dana King, a news anchor at KTVI-TV, St. Louis, has been named co-host of "Good Morning America/Sunday," set for Jan. 3, 1993.
Cable industry foes are claiming that an override of President Bush's expected veto of re-regulation legislation is within reach, barring a last-minute shift of key lawmakers to the cable side.
A month after taking over Video Jukebox Network Inc., key investor J. Patrick Michaels Jr. is starting preliminary discussions with several major potential strategic partners and/or equity partners.
President Bush risks offending some of his strongest supporters if he vetoes the cable reregulation bill: the National Religious Broadcasters Assn.
The record industry rebounded slightly from last year's dismal first-half performance, according to the annual midyear figures issued yesterday by the Recording Industry Assn. of America. Net…
Gene Kirkwood, best known as executive producer of the original "Rocky" movie , filed for personal bankruptcy in Los Angeles two weeks ago. He currently has two pix in development at Warner Bros.
MTV says it will show Madonna's new video only during the wee hours.
Gene Tierney, 70, the beautiful but troubled actress who starred in such 1940s films as “Heaven Can Wait,” “Laura,” “Leave Her to Heaven” and “The Ghost and Mrs. Muir,” died Nov. 6 in Houston. She…
By all accounts, the TV animation business is booming. Demand is up from syndication, cable and video. Advertisers are particularly keen on animated shows since children increasingly influence family…