Time Warner will consolidate its two main network production divisions, Lorimar TV and Warner Bros. TV, resulting in the long-expected ascension of Lorimar prez Leslie Moonves and the shuttling of…
Cable TV trade organizations are pressing the Federal Communications Commission for relief for small cable operators from new rules that stem from Congress' passage of the 1992 Cable Act.
Black Entertainment Television, the U.S. cabler specializing in African-American culture, has made its first step into the international market by taking a 40% stake in the new London cable service…
A television programming advisory committee is considering recommendations that the series "Beverly Hills, 90210" be pulled by the Singapore Broadcasting Corp., a newspaper reported Tuesday.
A romantic comedy starring Tea Leoni, a sci-fi thriller co-exec produced by Kiefer Sutherland and a film about runaway parents highlight Fox West Pictures' movie and miniseries slate next season on…
George J. Krieger, president and chief executive officer of CBS/Fox Video, will leave that position and return to Fox Inc. to help the company develop new business opportunities for expansion.
Vidmark Entertainment will spend more than $ 2 million promoting "Thunder in Paradise," creating what the company believes is the largest independent homevideo promotion.
The recently recovered original score to Charlie Chaplin's film "The Circus" will be performed by the National Symphony Orchestra during a screening of a new print of the pic at Wolf Trap Farm Park…
Fox Children's Network prexy Margaret Loesch thinks there may be a sure-fire way to get young kids interested in an animated show: slap an advisory on the program telling them not to.
THE CABLE TV NETWORKS kick off their three days of the twice-annual Television Critics Assn. tour today in Universal City. Welcome to a nightmare, TV editor-style …
CBS has moved back into first place in the primetime Nielsens race, bookending the July 5-11 week with Monday-Tuesday and Saturday-Sunday victories that left the competition far behind.