Tuesday morning's opener tried to cram considerable material into 22 minutes, including an interview with guest Julia Louis-Dreyfus and several bits that seem to be under consideration as regular…
Sen. Paul Simon (D-Ill.) says he will resist passage of anti-TV violence legislation but warns that the issue has become so volatile, he's not sure his efforts will be successful.
Brian Lowry: Changing Channels
Performers: Aerosmith, Tony Bennett, Clint Black, Garth Brooks, Natalie Cole, Steve Cropper, Digable Planets, Sheila E., Gloria Estefan, Aretha Franklin, Lynn Harrell, Whitney Houston, Alan Jackson…
Six weeks after a major corporate restructuring on the film side and two weeks after a major shake-up in the TV division of Sony Pictures Entertainment, the Culver City-based company announced yet…
Australia will have its first pay TV service in July. While there's a legal wrangle in progress over satellite delivery, Cable Television Services Ltd. has pacted with Telecom to provide a hybrid…
United Image Entertainment, which specializes in producing programs featuring black talent, is chugging along with nearly a dozen projects in development, including a biography of Lena Horne.
The Winter Olympics are finally over, but the competition won't soon forget CBS' gold-medal Nielsen blitz, unprecedented in television history.
In a surprise move, Dawn Airey will be named today as the new controller of arts and entertainment at Channel 4, the No. 3 job at the commercial TV web.
Five American cable investors in the United Kingdom have struck a major blow in their battle against satellite TV by grabbing all U.K. TV rights to the 1996 Cricket World Cup.
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