As the interactive superhighway gets paved, TV programming margins may get squeezed, but opportunities will abound, panelists said at a seminar Wednesday.
Producers of the NBC series "Against the Grain" have put on what amounts to a final full-court press to "save" the Friday-night drama series, which has completed production on its initial eight…
Attorneys general in 23 states have banded together to investigate whether recent cable TV price increases are legal.
Paramount and Chris-Craft have captured two more independents in the top-50 markets to serve as affiliates in their jointly owned and operated fifth weblet.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced that the deadline to file an Official Screen Credits form with the Academy is Dec. 1, 1993. This form is required in order to include a…
Again rallying around the network, Fox Broadcasting Co.'s affiliate association board has written Fox stations urging them not to support rival studio-backed networks that could "dilute" the Fox…
In a first for Dutch state TV, Holland’s leading independent producer, JE Entertainment, has unveiled plans for a primetime daily soap for the ailing second public network, Nederland 2. Intended as…
The pitfalls of pay TV, the need to preserve Australian content quotas and the opportunities of the new media world dominated Thursday's opening of the Screen Production Assn. of Australia's eighth…
PBS execs sounded the alarm Wednesday that public TV is fighting for its life in a world of big-budget, ever-expanding technologies.
The FCC on Wednesday fired off letters to Tele-Communications Inc. and 15 individual cable TV systems nationwide asking them to justify changes in cable rates and services undertaken in anticipation…
After eight years at KNBC-TV, 4 p.m. co-anchor Linda Alvarez is heading over the hill to rival KCBS-TV as the station's 6 a.m. and noon news anchor.