Joseph F. Barletta, a veteran media executive, was named Thursday as president and chief executive of TV Guide.
Following a wholesale lineup change in its last-place daytime sked, NBC saw its ratings fortunes sink during the week of June 14.
Universal TV has confirmed that senior VP of casting Joan Sittenfield is ankling after more than eight years with the studio.
Jim Wiatt, president and CEO of Intl. Creative Management, has been appointed to the USC School of Cinema-Television's Board of Councilors.
The Big Three networks this week asked a D.C. court to transfer the fin-syn case to Chicago's U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Paramount will announce as early as today that KCBS-TV has acquired "Entertainment Tonight" and "Hard Copy" for the 7-8 p.m. access block beginning in fall 1994.
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Boston University signed an agreement to buy local station WQTV from a subsidiary of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, for $ 3.8 million, university officials said Wednesday.
A quadriplegic who wanted to skydive has sued CBS and the producers of the series "Best Wishes" for injuries he suffered when they granted his wish.
Some of the nation's top banks have fired off a letter to the FCC warning of bankruptcies and tighter credit in the cable industry unless cable rate regulation rules are modified.
Cable system operator Comcast Corp. said Wednesday that it submitted a merger proposal to the board of its subsidiary Comcast Cablevision of Philadelphia Inc.