This fall Clint Black, Carly Simon, Los Lobos, Glenn Frey, Delfeayo Marsalis and even David Cassidy will boldly go where the likes of Nelson Riddle, Duane Eddy and Lalo Schifrin have gone before.
Shari Lewis and Paragon Entertainment are hoping 1994 will be the year of Lamp Chop, with two series in development for CBS' Saturday morning lineup and talk of a feature, spurred by the popular PBS…
TV fall schedules are being trotted out by Germany's webs thick and fast against the background of the IFA (Consumer Electronics Exhibition). Germany's two leading private webs, RTL and SAT 1, did…
Roseanne Arnold has given new meaning to the concept of writing by the numbers. Arnold, star of the high-rated Carsey-Werner Co. sitcom "Roseanne," issued numbered T-shirts to each of the show's 19…
Pamela Norris and Paul Clay, formerly the executive producer and creative consultant of CBS' "Designing Women," have signed an exclusive multiyear overall deal with Twentieth TV.
Australia's TV industry has a new code of practice that gives stations more advertising freedom but stricter film classifications.
The FCC recently went on record opposing the proposed settlement of an antitrust lawsuit against top U.S. cable companies accused of trying to thwart competition in the direct broadcast satellite…
Black Entertainment Television is considering jumping on the anti-TV violence bandwagon by banning all depictions of gun usage in musicvideos during September.
Although ABC's wrestling match with affiliates over "NYPD Blue" has grabbed headlines, it's not the only network facing such scuffles. Word is that NBC outlet KYW-TV in Philadelphia will bump the new…
That notorious risk-taker Rupert Murdoch is rolling the dice again Sept. 1. He's betting that about 750,000 Britons are willing to dig into their pockets to pay for a mix of existing channels -…
The Federal Communications Commission reversed course Aug. 27 and decided to allow cable systems affiliated with a program supplier to pass through program costs to consumers at fair market value.