Information superhighway legislation that permits telephone company entry into the cable TV business and grants spectrum flexibility to broadcasters cleared the House Energy and Commerce Committee on…
Officials at the Walt Disney Co. flocked to closed-door meetings Tuesday and curious consumers flocked to buy suddenly in-demand laserdisc copies of Disney's "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" following…
Live Home Video will release the critically acclaimed film "The Piano," supporting the title with a $ 1 million promotion and marketing campaign. The release will also mark the first test of the new…
In a boost for broadcasters, the Clinton administration has signaled support for a plan permitting TV and radio stations to use part of their spectrum for data transmission and other new business…
Now that the Olympics are over and CBS' special sports coverage is no longer available on Prodigy, what's a cyberspace sports enthusiast to do?
The panel discussion Thursday at NATO/ShoWest was portentously titled "Theatrical Exhibition in the 21st Century: Will Movie Theatres Crash on the Information Superhighway." But it was such mundane…
Andy Marx: High Tech Hollywood
Cable's ability to compete with telephone companies in the delivery of "information superhighway" technologies will be delayed at least 18 months as a result of new FCC rate regulation rules.
For all the hyperbole about superhighways and megamergers, Time Warner Inc. provided a reminder last week that much of the future rides on a bunch of techies wearing white lab coats.
Studios are attempting to address a new dilemma brought on by radical changes in the distribution and exhibition of films. The boom in videocassettes and cable programming provides scant breathing…
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