Both sides are claiming victory in the wake of a federal court's decision setting the music licensing rates that TV broadcasters must pay to ASCAP.
Cablevision Industries Corp. -- one of the largest privately owned companies in the cable television industry -- yesterday reported increases in revenues and operating cash flows for the fourth…
The Post Group has created the F/X Center, to serve TV and film clients working in special effects.
At a recent session with reporters, ABC TV Network Group president Robert Iger said the major TV networks "can't save their way into profitability" but rather "have to program their way" into it.
Southwestern Bell Corp. and Cox Cable Communications said they signed a memorandum of understanding for a partnership in both cable television and telephone in the U.K.
When it comes to the new markets of multimedia and interactive TV, it will be entertainment producers -- not designers of the technology -- who make either a success.
The nation's basic cable networks, long the step-children of the television business, have at least one thing up on the Big Three: They have survived what many economists have called the worst…
Rob Yarin has joined Fox News as a senior editor on the weblet's planned primetime news magazine, Fox confirmed, working under exec producer David Corvo.
A FORMER COLLEAGUE RECENTLY SENT a note saying, in essence, that society is going to hell in a handbasket and that our rampantly violent society will increasingly point fingers at violent television…
Intl. Family Entertainment moved yesterday to put its imprimatur on newly acquired MTM Entertainment, announcing a major management shakeup that has sent MTM topper Robert Klosterman packing.
Talks between Writers Guild of America and CBS will resume at 10 a.m. today after a marathon 29-hour negotiating session ended yesterday evening without the two sides reaching an agreement.