Features

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CNN Beats All In Gulf

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Cable News Network, the 10-year-old cable service the tv industry had shunned in its infant stages, has dominated the domestic airwaves during the Persian Gulf war. Within its 56.7 million cable…

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CBS Summer Splash

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CBS, which in an experiment last summer put on five firstrun shows, will try it again this summer with four. The lineup consists of: A Stephen King serialized novel-for-tv; a Rob Reiner sitcom, in…

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WNBC In ‘Love’

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Come September, Warner Bros. TV’s “Love Connection” will oust LBS Communications’ “Family Feud” from the coveted 7:30 p.m. access slot on WNBC-TV New York. At NATPE last week, WB syndie prez Dick…

Marketplace

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Select On A Roll

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The NATPE organization has long sold advertising space in its convention halls in every conceivable location. But this year marked a new high, or low, depending on your perspective. Select Media…

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Country Music TV Purchased

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Opryland USA and Group W Satellite Communications have completed their purchase of Country Music Television. David Hall has been named president and Robert H. Baker its director of operations. Under…

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Turner Title Wave

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Bill Grumbles Jr., Paul D. Beckham, Randy L. Booth and William M. Shaw all have been handed new titles and responsiblities at Turner Broadcasting System in what exec v.p. Terry McGuirk describes as…

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Don’t Phone Home

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WC VB-TV programming chief Paul La Camera was recently asked about the station’s decision to delay Saturday-night programming rather than join the syndicated “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” in…

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P&G Pacts Big Bucks Deal

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Group W Advertiser Sales has concluded a multi-million dollar ad sales deal with Procter & Gamble for Orion’s all-barter entry, “The Chuck Woolery Show.” Deal marks the first time in recent memory…

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