Appropriate advice from a man who ushered in a new era of cinematography while lighting history's most widely seen motion picture images: Adapt and survive.
Twentieth Century Fox Intl. Television has inked a major program license agreement with Nova TV, central Europe's first national private broadcaster.
Japan's analog high-definition TV system sprang back to life Wednesday, only a day after the top broadcasting administrator delivered a death sentence for the country's attempt to lead the next wave…
Fox Broadcasting Co. has scheduled "South Central," a half-hour series featuring a black family in South Central Los Angeles, to lead off its Tuesday lineup beginning April 5.
An Australian production company aims to raise $ A12.2 million ($ 8.5 million) from the public to fund low-budget films geared for local and overseas TV and homevid.
MCA TV president Shelly Schwab Wednesday vowed to hold NBC affiliate KRON-TV, San Francisco, to its deal for "Last Call."
Film critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert have reupped with Buena Vista Television. They will continue as co-hosts of the syndicated “Siskel & Ebert” as well as a series of specials. The multiple-year…
In its seemingly never-ending quest to find a replacement for the defunct "Chevy Chase Show," Fox Broadcasting Co. last week proposed that Columbia TriStar Television Distribution sell it rerun…
CBS is hoping that its two-week Olympic ratings bonanza will help"Late Show With David Letterman" boost "live" clearances in markets currently delaying the show.
The 1994 Winter Olympic Games from Lillehammer, Norway, have made television history, lifting CBS to the network's highest-rated week ever.
Richard Rawlings Jr. is imaging a romantic beach stroll between lovers that's to adjourn an episode of one of the world's most-watched television shows, "L.A. Law."