Despite all the hoopla over interactive media, network television is here to stay and likely to see revenue growth of as much as 7% in 1994, one key broadcaster said Monday.
A capacity crowd of celebs from both politics and showbiz were on hand Sunday to salute five titans of the performing arts at the 16th annual Kennedy Center Honors.
Do good fences make good neighbors? They do on the Fox lot, where David E. Kelley, the Emmy Award-winning creator of CBS' "Picket Fences," has extended his exclusive production deal with Twentieth TV.
A performance of “Stories of the Season” at 8 tonight at the Pacific Resident Theatre Ensemble benefits Equity Fights AIDS. The show,consisting of stories from around the world, continues through…
Confirming one of D.C.'s hottest rumors, the U.S. Telephone Assn. on Monday named White House deputy chief of staff Roy Neel president of the telco lobbying org, effective March 1.
French Culture Minister Jacques Toubon has reiterated that Paris is still trying to have film and television kept out of the General Agreement on Tariffs & Trade. But the official acknowledged that…
MTM TV Distribution is seeking to become the only syndicator to successfully launch a firstrun sitcom strip. The company Monday unveiled plans to market 65 episodes of "Boogie's Diner" beginning in…
Gallic pubcaster president Herve Bourges brought one of France's longest-running TV sagas to an end Monday by announcing that he will not stand for a second term.
Fox Broadcasting Co. has renewed Spelling TV's duo of "Beverly Hills, 90210" and "Melrose Place" through the 1994-95 season -- representing the fifth and third years, respectively, of the two serials.
Gaumont Television, the production subsidiary of French film major Gaumont, plans to expand its animation output, according to company chairman Christian Charret.
Last-minute snags over several issues -- including film -- dampened hopes Sunday that U.S. and European Community negotiators could end years of wrangling over farm subsidies and open the way for the…