Three finalists in the bid to become the single standard for U.S. high definition TV transmission met late Friday in hopes of reaching a "grand alliance."
Lorraine Bracco handily takes command of "Scam" as a solo con artist who converts to teamwork with Christopher Walken to go after a racketeer's ready cash. The Walken-Bracco pairing lifts the muddy…
Private web SAT 1 got its terrestrial license renewed, sort of, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany's densest TV area.
Narrator, Stacy Keach.
Showtime's "Private Screening With ..." will feature interviews with director Ron Howard this month and in June. Seg will appear at various times in conjunction with his films "Backdraft" and "Far…
Cheers" shut its door with a too-long finale made up of three half-hour segs seamlessly joined to outline the future of some principals, accept what's sure to happen to others and conclude that…
The final tally is in: Virtually every major studio in Hollywood has declared it will not distribute movies theatrically that have had pay-per-view premieres on television.
CBS continued as the perennial big winner at the technical and creative arts portion of the Daytime Emmy Awards, claiming 13 trophies during Saturday night ceremonies at the Red Lion Hotel in…
Black Entertainment Television Inc. is negotiating to buy a majority interest in a Santa Monica pay-per-view action movie channel, company officials said Friday.
Network and cable industry exex got a tongue-lashing from Congress Friday for not doing enough to curb the problem of TV violence.
Treating its host rather rudely, ABC's first American Television Awards were dominated by two NBC series: "Seinfeld" and the canceled drama "I'll Fly Away."