Milton Berle, Carol Burnett, George Burns, Jonathan Winters, Red Skelton and Walter Matthau became the first inductees into the Comedy Hall of Fame Sunday, but Heidi Fleiss stole the show offstage.
KCBS-TV consumer reporter David Horowitz is teaming up with independent producer Judy Feder to form a new production company.
Derrick O'Connor, a British actor whose credits include "Lethal Weapon 2," has filed suit against Fox Broadcasting Co. for allegedly showing his arrest for crimes he didn't commit on "America's Most…
New Line Cinema will pay Turner Broadcasting System a termination fee of $ 16 million if New Line enters into a superior acquisition agreement with a third party, according to a TBS 13-D filing with…
Cast and crew interviews have expanded PBS' 90-minute "I'll Fly Away" finale to two hours. The Lorimar TV series, which aired originally on NBC, will repeat on PBS after the Oct. 11 broadcast.
After six consecutive failures to finance a 5% deposit on bids, two Aussie satellite pay TV aspirants have finally come up with the money.From the high original bids totaling $ A389 million, the…
The future of Italian pay-TV channels Tele+ 1 and Tele+ 2 is up in the air yet again due to a package of new broadcasting regulations announced by the government Aug. 27.
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…