The shadow of NATPE hung heavily over the 34th Monte Carlo Television Festival & Market Monday. Opinion was divided over whether the Miami-based National Assn. of TV Program Executives confab had…
"Seinfeld" and "Roseanne" carried their ongoing ratings battle into the awards field Monday, as the hit sitcoms led the parade of Writers Guild of America nominees for 1993's outstanding TV and radio…
And then there were three. Skater Tonya Harding has entered TV movie territory previously occupied only by Amy Fisher as NBC confirmed that it's developing its own telefilm detailing her story…
MTV veejay Adam Curry has signed on with C/NET: The Computer Network, a new cable network aimed at the computer and videogame crowd led by TV industry vet Kevin Wendle (Daily Variety, Nov. 24, 1993).
All American TV and Telescene Communications have provided “Sirens” with a firm production commitment for fall. The firstrun female cop drama, which had a short run on ABC starting last March, has…
The FCC is expected to announce Tuesday it is extending a freeze on cable TV rate hikes beyond Feb. 15.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences and American Center for Children’s Television will co-sponsor the Children’s Interactive Media Festival from 10…
Granada TV, producer of the Oscar-winning "My Left Foot," is back in the film business. After a three-year hiatus, the ITV company has returned to feature production with "Jack and Sarah," a$ 4…
Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission head Keith Spicer met with Attorney General Janet Reno and FCC chairman Reed Hundt Monday to discuss the CRTC's tough new TV violence code.
While Hollywood straps on its track shoes and races as fast as it can to the future, it should be careful, says Sony chairman and CEO Peter Guber.