The organizers of the Just for Laughs Festival call their fest the top comedy event on the block, and the mammoth comedy bash has the stats to back up the boast.
Corporate advertisers will be given the chance to air their views on TV violence warnings at a House telecommunications subcommittee hearing Thursday.
Producer B. Donald (Bud) Grant has inked a non-exclusive two-year deal with Warner Bros. TV, bringing with him a commitment for a CBS pilot featuring comic Andrea Walker.
ESPN has hired Harold Anderson, programming chief of pay TV operator Sky Entertainment in New Zealand, to set up its Asian service.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. has taken a giant leap into Asia by agreeing to pay $ 525 million for a 63.6% stake in the Hong Kong-based satellite TV venture Star TV.
ABC has taken another step on the program-labeling front with a viewer advisory hotline. ABC Entertainment prez Ted Harbert told visiting TV critics that both the webs and viewers will be served…
The proposed reinstatement of the Fairness Doctrine gathered steam in a House subcommittee Monday as lawmakers dismissed suggestions that government will unfairly use it to browbeat broadcasters.
The Peters Entertainment Co. was thrust into the middle of a British political imbroglio after the U.K. press reported that company principals Jon Peters and Adam Fields had cut $ 100,000 deals with…
David Liddiment, program director of Granada TV, has become the latest big name from the commercial TV sector to be poached by the BBC.
CapCities/ABC has embarked on a major corporate restructuringthat establishes four separate divisions within the company while positioning ABC TV Network Group prez Robert A. Iger as the clear…
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