Congress should pass legislation ensuring safeguards against potential telephone comph'wany abuses once the Baby Bells enter the cable TV arena, a liberal public interest group said Wednesday.
CapCities/ABC and Hearst Corp. have lined up four more deals with cable systems for carriage of their owned-and-operated stations linked to the launch of second basic cable service ESPN2.
The Federal Communications Commission this week went on record opposing the proposed settlement of an antitrust lawsuit against top U.S. cable companies accused of trying to thwart competition in the…
The Kids Are Alright II: Former Who lead singer Roger Daltrey has signed with Continuum Records for a solo album and with BMG Kidz-Zoom Express for a children's disc. The latter, "The Man in the Moon…
"Dateline NBC" falsely accused an eye clinic of scheduling needless cataract surgery, the clinic charged in a $ 6 million lawsuit filed Wednesday in federal court.
Pamela Norris and Paul Clay, formerly the executive producer and creative consultant of CBS' "Designing Women," have signed an exclusive multiyear overall deal with Twentieth TV.
The historic Aquarius Theatre was renamed the Chevy Chase Theatre in preparation for the comedian's latenight show, which is scheduled to debut Sept. 7.
Congress' ban against telephone company delivery of cable TV programs in local phone service areas was declared unconstitutional Tuesday in a decision that could alter the shape of U.S…
CBS showed off its ratings balance by managing to win the week despite finishing first only one night, Sunday, during the Aug. 16-22 Nielsen competition.
Columbia Pictures TV has reportedly picked up a piece of the new CBS comedy series "Dave's World" in exchange for freeing up actor Meshach Taylor to join the cast.
Chrysalis Group, the British music and media company, has pulled together its disparate TV and film-related businesses into a new Visual Entertainment Division, as part of a long-term strategy for…