Tom Christie has been named vice president of national accounts for the Showtime Networks Inc.
George Lucas, who created and produced the "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones" trilogies, told an audience of cable executives that he's ready to make movies for new exhibitors such as the phone…
Embattled National Cable Television Assn. president James Mooney should remain head of the trade org, Cablevision System Corp. chieftain Charles Dolan said Monday.
John A. Wentworth has been promoted to the newly created post of senior VP, media relations for the Paramount Television Group, reporting to group chairman Kerry McCluggage. In his new post Wentworth…
ABC came within a hair's breadth of catching CBS' daytime lineup in Nielsen fringe ratings for the week of May 24-28, threatening an undefeated, untied win streak that goes back to the early days of…
International Cablecasting Technologies's Digital Music Express for Business unit, or DMX for Business, said it and Bose Corp. of Framingham, Mass., have formed a strategic marketing alliance under…
Fox Children's Network and Warner Bros. Animation have agreed to a three-year extension on "Batman: The Animated Series" that will keep the children's hit airing on Fox through the 1996-97 season.
Congressional staff members got an earful Monday from cable operators angry over passage of the cable reregulation bill last year.
World African Network, the 24-hour pay cable web that launches in June 1994, got a key endorsement Sunday when a top Time Warner exec urged TW cable systems to carry the service.
Orly Berger and Christie Rothenberg have been named senior veepees of production and business affairs/administration, respectively, at New York-based Lancit Media Prods.
Six U.S. TV production exex are currently touring Oz as part of an "Inward Visitors Program" launched earlier this year by the government's trade department and two state film bodies, Pacific Film…