Teri Hatcher thinks she's landed a role that could catapult her into stardom, or at least bring her into consideration as a serious actress. As Lois Lane in "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of…
At 13 years of age Ben Savage is already a seasoned TV veteran. The star of ABC's "Boy Meets World" got his start in commercials when he was only 5.
The FCC renewed six Philadelphia radio station licenses over the objections of the Philadelphia Lesbian and Gay Task Force, the Pennsylvania National Organization for Women and three other groups.
As more and more channels crowd the cable spectrum, the question for each of them is how to stand out from the pack. And the answer most networks have come up with is original programming.
The E.W. Scripps Co. has announced that it will launch the Home & Garden Television Network, a 24-hour-a-day joint basic cable and broadcasting web, in the fall of 1994.
Awards shows galore, biographies, retrospectives, animation and science-fiction, and memories of the assassination 30 years ago of President John F. Kennedy highlight network miniseries and specials…
"Scud Stud" Arthur Kent expressed satisfaction early last week after hearing a trial date of April 12 has been set for his lawsuit against NBC, his lawyer said Thursday.
Judging from all the hype that comes out of the National Assn. of Television Program Executives confab each January, one would expect that nearly every prospective syndicated show is a sure bet for…
Fox Broadcasting Co.'s "The Adventures of Brisco County Jr." lassoed healthy ratings in Nielsen overnights on Friday, finishing second with its 8-10 p.m. premiere. The Warner Bros.
It's fall again. That time when the summer heat fades and the four broadcast TV networks take their best shot at ratings dominance with a bounty of new shows.
The Federal Communications Commission reversed course Friday and decided to allow cable systems affiliated with a program supplier to pass through program costs to consumers at fair market value…