GoodTimes Home Video has pacted with NBC Enterprises to release "Late Night With David Letterman." The 10-year agreement will give the homevid company access to all 11 years of the groundbreaking…
The Entertainment Industries Council, which has provided advice to the industry on the depiction of alcohol consumption, smoking and seat belt use, will soon address the issue of violence in the…
While the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade may be on everyone's lips, it'll be business as usual for the Paris Screenings.
CBS, Apple Computer and the New York Times are getting interactive over the Vietnam War. The three companies are jointly producing a CD-ROM software package on the war that will draw on the extensive…
Brian Lowry: Changing Channels
CBS has chased away the Nov. 29-Dec. 5 primetime Nielsens competition with the Hume Cronyn-Jessica Tandy vidpic "To Dance With the White Dog," helping provide the network its seventh win out of 11…
With the deadline for a liberalized world trade accord just a week from today, European and American negotiators Tuesday remained deadlocked over entertainment industry issues but insisted a…
U.S. television rights for the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan, are expected to be sold next month for more than $ 300 million, a top Olympic official said Tuesday.
WCBS-TV in New York Monday will start double running King World's "American Journal" and Paramount's "Hard Copy" in the 9-10 a.m. slot being vacated by Warner Bros.' canceled "Jane Whitney Show."
ABC has confirmed a 10 p.m. Wednesday time period, as expected (Daily Variety , Dec. 3), for the Columbia Pictures TV drama "Birdland," beginning Jan. 5.