ABC Distribution Co. has concluded an unusual deal to sell a bundle of programs, complete with commercials, to Russian State Radio and Television.
ABC will reportedly go back to "Home" following last week's decision not to air the Canadian talkshow "Shirley," with reports that the network has negotiated a deal with Reeves Entertainment…
From the courtroom to the boardroom, to the election booth, Credit Lyonnais has found itself thrown into a role this past year that it never banked on.
The Post Group has created the F/X Center, to serve TV and film clients working in special effects.
Is the Federal Communications Commission about to add teeth to the Children's Television Act of 1990, which requires TV stations to serve the needs of their moppet audience?
CNN has equaled and perhaps surpassed the three commercial networks as the nation's most believable TV news source, according to a new survey that suggests NBC's credibility was hurt by its staging…
Three books were tapped Monday as winners of the 1992 Ralph J. Gleason Music Book Awards, sponsored by Broadcast Music Inc., Rolling Stone magazine and New York University.
The nation's basic cable networks, long the step-children of the television business, have at least one thing up on the Big Three: They have survived what many economists have called the worst…
J. Carter Brown, director emeritus of the National Gallery of Art, has been named chairman of the board of Ovation Inc., which will bow Ovation in 1994, a cable service showcasing performing arts and…
Raul Julia is the latest celebrity addition to the cast of presenters for the 65th annual Academy Awards. This will be the first Oscarcast appearance for Julia, who is currently reprising his role as…