President Clinton's White House woes are now being broadcast to more than 50 million homes in 187 countries.
The 16th Media Access Awards were handed out last night at the BevHilton Hotel, honoring individuals, TV shows and films which helped improve the image of people with disabilities or encouraged the…
Joan Banks Lovejoy, a character actress and widow of actor Frank Lovejoy, died Jan. 18 of lung cancer in Los Angeles. Her age was unreported.
George Draper Lewis, a prolific radio and TV writer, died Jan. 4 of natural causes in Palm Desert. He was 89.
Modern Times Group's multichannel operator ViaSat has inked a deal with Scandinavia's NetCom Systems that makes ViaSat the third-biggest supplier of pay TV in Europe, behind Canal Plus and British…
President Clinton's request for the FCC to enact free airtime regulations, made during his State of the Union address Tuesday night, hadn't even made its way over to the agency's headquarters before…
Japanese videogame maker Nintendo Co. and high tech ceramics maker Kyocera Corp. said Tuesday they have applied for a government license to start a satellite broadcasting channel.
Columbia TriStar TV and Craig Anderson Prods. have acquired rights to Linda Katherine Cutting's HarperCollins memoir "Memory Slips," which is being adapted as a telefilm for CBS.
Marianne Clarkson, a TV staff writer and story editor, died Jan. 16 following a brief illness. She was 49.
HBO will roll out its first Comic Relief benefit comedy show in some 2-1/2 years on June 14 with Billy Crystal, Whoopi Goldberg and Robin Williams set to return as hosts for the eighth fundraiser.