Fox Broadcasting Co. chairman Lucie Salhany and actress Jaclyn Smith will be honored at the 38th annual Genii Awards luncheon April 30 at the Sheraton Universal Hotel.
A&E has begun marketing History TV, a new basic-cable network that will start operation sometime in the fourth quarter of 1994.
Seeking to quell rumors and provide a vote of confidence to the battered network, the chairman of NBC's parent company told employees Monday that the network is not for sale. "The good news is that…
William Saroyan's "The Time of Your Life" will run for six performances at the Pasadena Playhouse, April 29-May 2.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has called a general membership meeting for April 20 to ratify changes in the organization's bylaws that will give more authority to its executive committee.
Home Shopping Network's stock took it on the chin Monday when Liberty Media withdrew its bid for control of the shopping channel and second-quarter results showed a deep loss and a decline in sales…
Tele-Communications Inc. laid a claim as one of the most aggressive boosters of interactive TV with the announcement it will spend as much as $ 2 billion to rewire a majority of its 10 million…
Steven Mendelson has left his post as executive VP of comedy development at Columbia Pictures TV, with the studio saying he resigned to pursue new business opportunities.
"ABC World News Tonight" may soon have a new executive producer. Alphabet web news honchos are in "serious negotiations" with WCVB news director Emily Rooney, according to ABC sources.
The FCC Friday nixed a request by Time Warner and Daniels Cablevision to stop enforcing a 120-day freeze on cable rate hikes.