Legislation that would prohibit public schools from using Channel One, a controversial news-and-features program that includes advertisements, passed the Senate Wednesday on its second try.
Barry Diller is back in business with his old boss Rupert Murdoch.
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…
With the specter of government action looming, leading TV exex defended their industry Tuesday against charges that there is too much violence on television.
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.
Mia Farrow won a major victory when a judge ruled Woody Allen is woefully unfit to take custody of their three children, but the bruising court battle is far from over.
Writer Jeff Schimmel has filed a $ 1 million-plus copyright infringement suit against Saban Entertainment and several of its executives, claiming that the company stole his idea for its animated…
Members of Actors Equity, voting in a secret mail referendum, have elected 22 members to serve on the governing council.
Congressional staff members got an earful Monday from cable operators angry over passage of the cable reregulation bill last year.
Reeling from what they called "one of the bloodiest months in TV history," 19 national organizations Monday formed a Citizens Task Force to battle video violence.
The federal government's decision late last week to settle out of court with four artists who sued when their NEA grants were denied has done little to resolve the Clinton Administration's ambiguous…