The Center for Population Options is accepting entries for its 1993 Nancy Susan Reynolds Awards.
Jay Thomas, disc jockey and co-star of CBS' "Hearts Afire," has sued radio station KPWR for breach of contract, alleging he was fired without notice or the chance to correct problems.
Score a big one for private broadcasters, zero for the pubcasters. In a special vote of the government body KEF (Commission for Financial Needs of Public Broadcasting), a motion to allow pubcasters…
ABC says it will join CBS and NBC in trying to get cable systems to pay cash for carrying signals of the eight TV stations the Alphabet Web owns.
Ordinarily so skillful at wringing laughs out of schlocky B-movies and cheesy old TV shows, HBO's "Dream On" stumbles, ironically by succumbing to some of the pomposity it usually ridicules. Show…
Buena Vista Television's "Home Improvement," scheduled for a fall 1995 off-net debut, has been licensed to four more of the top 15 markets.
Calico Entertainment and the Imagination Factory have formed a partnership to create, produce and merchandise new and existing properties for movies, TV series and interactive electronic…
Set in the glamorous locale of Monaco, the 1993 World Music Awards appeared to be more of an excuse to lure the well-to-do to the famous playground than a bona fide awards show. Although the…
A California court has handed Viacom Intl. and the cable industry a victory by barring the FCC from enforcing new must-carry rules for 30 days on Viacom's cable systems in the San Francisco Bay area.
With the Memorial Day weekend officially ushering in the summer ratings doldrums, ABC and its "Daytime Emmy Awards" were more than strong enough to walk off with May 24-30 prime time Nielsen honors.
David Letterman will have two series premiering on CBS this summer, with the network confirming a pickup on "The Building," a prime time sitcom on which Letterman will serve as an exec producer.