CBS television won an emergency order from a Supreme Court justice Wednesday allowing it to use hidden-camera footage of a meat-packing plant in a report on tainted beef.
Elijah Wood will receive the Young Star of the Year Award at the NATO/ShoWest ’94 closing banquet March 10 at Bally’s Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. Wood appeared in the 1993 movies “The Adventures…
Advertisers continue to shy away from so-called controversial programming, and NBC's made-for-TV movie "Witness to the Execution," set to air Sunday, appears to be the latest casualty.
Warner Bros. talker "Jenny Jones" has received several time period and station upgrades in a number of markets, including in Miami, where it will move from latenight to the 11 a.m. time slot on ABC…
Brian Lowry, Daily Variety TV editor, was nominated for the 1994 Publicists Guild of America Press Awards honoring outstanding journalists who cover the entertainment industry.
Creative Artists Agency has signed a three-year deal with Comedy Central to use the ad-supported cable network as a laboratory for CAA clients with offbeat projects that the agency would package.
Home Shopping Network Inc. agreed to settle several shareholder lawsuits, forcing the Florida company to take a $ 13 million to $ 16 million charge against its fourth-quarter earnings.
Ratso Rizzo will kick off the American Film Institute’s 1994 Favorite Film Series on Feb. 16 as United Artists’ “Midnight Cowboy” celebrates its 25th anniversary. The screening will be held at the…
Rep. Jack Fields (R-Texas), the ranking Republican on the House telecommunications subcommittee, said Tuesday he won't take kindly to further rollbacks in cable TV rates by new FCC chairman Reed…
NBC has ordered seven episodes of filmmaker Michael Moore's newsmagazine parody "TV Nation" for broadcast on the web this summer.
Brian Lowry: Changing Channels