The Clinton administration will probably add a second broadcast industry executive to a task force on how best to build the information superhighway, an administration staffer said Sunday.
TV stations that buy some or all of the six new hourlong action series powering their way into TV syndication between now and September could run afoul of the anti-violence crusaders in Washington.
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Just two weeks before ratification ballots are due on the new IATSE contract, a mini-brouhaha is breaking out among locals over a published letter that called for the hard-fought contract with the…
The civil lawsuit aimed at singer Michael Jackson may be coming to a close, with attorneys for the 14-year-old boy who claimed the singer sexually molested him accepting a multimillion-dollar…
Broadcast network execs have done an about-face and tentatively agreed to use an independent monitor to assess the violence content in programming.
Live Entertainment of Canada has offered to issue up to 72,750 of its common shares at $ C15.50 per, in exchange for all the outstanding units of Kiss Production L.P. Live Entertainment said the…
Paramount's on-and-off love affair with Viacom Intl. Inc. is apparently on again after Par's board Friday unanimously backed the cable programmer's latest offer and scrapped its previous pact with…
Bell Atlantic, eager to merge with two cable television companies, wants the Justice Dept. to back its request for a waiver of federal court restrictions on long-distance telephone service.
Passage of anti-violence legislation could have a "devastating impact" on commercial broadcasters, Assn. of Independent Television Stations president Jim Hedlund warned Sunday.
The Paramount board of directors is expected to meet today and there is speculation it could approve Viacom's revised bid.
SegaTV signed a letter of intent with Multimedia Cablevision of Wichita, Kan. , to provide SegaTV to Multimedia’s 450,000 subscribers this year. The company said it would first conduct a three-month…