To mine or not to mine--that is the question the Rail Construction Corp. is asking as it contemplates how to build the Metro Rail station at the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland…
Two Republican members of the Federal Communications Commission will be sent packing as a result of Bill Clinton's victory over President Bush, and already there are bets being placed on their…
MG Entertainment has signed a non-exclusive agreement with Hearst Entertainment, following five years with Dick Clark Prods. and New Line Cinema.
Look for a dozen new faces next year on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, the key panel that oversees much of the legislation affecting broadcasters, cable operators and Hollywood.
Twentieth TV has signed the writer-producer team of Brad Kern and John Wirth to a two-year exclusive deal, bringing with them one-hour pilots for CBS and Fox Broadcasting Co.
Oral arguments are tentatively set for Dec. 7 in U.S. District Court here concerning appeals to the new cable reregulation law. Cable programmers including Turner Broadcasting, QVC, and Discovery…
The Courtroom Television Network has inked an affiliation deal with Continental Cablevision, the country's third-largest multiple system operator. The addition of Continental gives Court TV deals…
Television Program Enterprises has eliminated 10 positions, including exec VP of sales Alan Bennett, after the syndication company pulled the plug on the half-hour strip version of "Star Search" last…
The investment firm Wertheim Schroder & Co. lowered its rating of CBS Inc. yesterday, removing CBS from the firm's recommended list, but rating its stock "above average."
Orion Pictures is expected to emerge from its Chapter 11 bankruptcy today as a newly reorganized company.
CBS stock Down 9 1/8 per share CBS closed at 197 1/4 yesterday after Wertheim Schroder & Co. lowered its 1993 earnings estimate for the Eye net by 8%; change was based on diminished expectations for…