Budget cuts have meant belt-tightening for Germany's pubcasters, and news bureaus around the world -- including New York -- have closed.
PBS has cemented a deal with Lorimar TV to conclude the series "I'll Fly Away" with a 90-minute movie to air in October, followed by repeat airings of the 39 episodes produced during the series'…
Cable television stocks have been caught in a volatile crosscurrent on Wall Street the last two months.
Update of the early-'60s on-the-road series has the promising format of two guys blasting around America in a Corvette, intersecting with the lives of colorful characters along the way. Despite fine…
ESPN, Capital Cities/ABC Inc.'s 80%-owned national cable sports network, Monday unveiled plans for a second web, ESPN 2, which will target young and light-to-moderate sports viewers.
Cable TV operators must repair damaged relations with Washington if they are to survive and prosper, National Cable TV Assn. president James Mooney said Monday.
An eight-hour glance at celebs covering 1900-93, being served up by PBS in four two-hour chunks, plays like a flip-card, subjective look at people who've made a name. Inferences, vague observations…
Time Warner is completing its interactive cable network by enlisting a computer maker's help in designing the TV set-top boxes.
VH1, the musicvideo-oriented cable network aimed at adults 25 to 49 years old, has bought its first sitcom repeat, the revamped "WKRP in Cincinnati," which will complete its firstrun-syndication…
Despite assurances of less violence in the future on its net, CBS drops in a program focused on a young woman and her male roommate who chokes, stabs and tortures people crossing his path. Directed…
Cable operators are lining up to take a slice of the telecommunications pie. Eleven cable system operators are entering joint ventures with Teleport Communications Group, a Long Island-based…