Cable television competition could intensify and expanded programming become available to viewers under expected settlement by seven companies of a multiyear antitrust investigation of the industry.
A venerable Los Angeles institution has joined the '90s, as Chasen's this week kicked off a Monday nightclub series designed to update its client list.
Multimedia Motion Pictures is quietly stepping up its longform production activity, with a dozen hours ordered and at least 30 more in development at broadcast and cable networks.
Close on the heels of signing a modified below-the-line contract with NBC, officials from the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees will meet with the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television…
Interim FCC chairman James Quello said Tuesday his agency may postpone implementation of new cable TV rate regulation rules by week's end, unless Congress doles out money needed to enforce the regs.
RHI Entertainment has become the exclusive distributor of new TV movies from the Larry Thompson Organization under a deal covering 10 movies over a five-year period.
Paramount Communications announced Tuesday it has moved its fiscal year-end and taken a sizable charge against earnings for its latest quarter.
Some of the country's largest cable systems are close to a series of deals that could shift popular cable networks onto higher-priced tiers.
Picketers protesting Viacom's cable service in the Bay Area were stationed outside the National Cable Television Assn.
Universal's "The War" got a major escalation this week with Kevin Costner agreeing to take a supporting role in the film, playing a Vietnam vet returning home from the war.