The French television regulatory body, the Conseil Superieur de L'Audiovisuel, announced Wednesday that it is generally satisfied with the performances of the national TV networks.
Legislation was offered Wednesday by Rep. Bill Hefner (D-N.C.) that would reinstate the Fairness Doctrine, a former FCC rule that required broadcasters to air both sides of a controversial issue.
Tuesday is the deadline to submit entries to the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for the 45th annual Primetime Emmy Awards. Programs airing through May 31 this year are eligible. Nominating…
The two leading cable TV shopping channels are furthering expansion into new areas of retailing.
The stock market Wednesday took back some of the gains made Tuesday by cable stocks as analysts looked closer at new federal regs.
Nielsen Media Research reports that its number of client stations increased to 782 during the February sweeps survey while the list of stations subscribing to both Nielsen and Arbitron declined.
The week leading into the May sweeps proved to be a dull one for most syndie strips, but a few weeklies got off to a head start in the ratings period ended April 25.
The controversial BBC telefilm "Damned in the USA" will make its American television debut on May 14 as an offering on the Playboy Channel.
Befuddled cable operators, take note: The FCC plans a tutorial May 13 to explain the staggeringly complex rate regulation decision released this week.
KABC-TV and film critic Chuck Henry have parted company. A 17-year veteran of the station, Henry last week reached the end of a five-year deal reportedly worth nearly $ 750,000 annually. Henry says…
Fresh funds will soon pour into the coffers of Italy's pay-TV network TelePiu. On Monday the network's board announced it will increase its capital by 180 billion liras ($ 120 million) by the end of…