The two-hour premiere of Rysher Entertainment's "Thunder in Paradise" roared into the Nielsen national syndication rankings with a 5.3 rating.
Cable operator the Lenfest Group agreed Thursday to pony up $ 5 million to Hollywood studios and other program providers to settle a U.S. Dept. of Justice lawsuit alleging that the MSO underpaid…
NBC will try to counter ABC and CBS' miniseries assault with a mix of made-fors and theatricals during the May sweeps, including broadcast premieres of "Cape Fear,""Thelma & Louise" and "Final…
Canadian media giant Torstar Corp. is launching a basic cable network in the U.S. that will run movie trailers of current releases and localized movie theater listings.
Just a day after it airs on NBC, the miniseries "WWII: When Lions Roared" will be available on homevideo for both sell-through and rental markets.
ABC is threatening to yank its post-season baseball coverage from affiliates who ink secondary affiliation deals with Fox to carry the latter's coverage of the National Football Conference this fall.
In an attempt to win back viewers lost to Fox Children's Network, both CBS and ABC are banking on proven feature film characters to shake up their Saturday ayem schedules.
Signboard Hill Prods., a subsidiary of Hallmark Cards, Inc., announced Wednesday the acquisition of 100% of the assets of Bossa Entertainment, a New York-based company specializing in the…
The Fox Television Stations wing has explored the possibility of launching its own, soft variation of E! Entertainment TV's "Talk Soup" this summer that would air weeknights at 11:30 p.m. or midnight.
Aussie soap "Home and Away," one of the most successful non-U.S. shows on the international TV market, is coming to America.
Sheldon Perry will exit as senior VP/business affairs at MGM/UA Worldwide TV, entering into a first-look production deal with the company and acting as a business affairs consultant, effective June…