Paramount has added two more affiliates in San Diego and Louisville, Ky., to its fifth-network lineup, bringing its total to 33 stations covering 45% of the country.
In the Special Report on PBS' 25th anniversary in the March 14-20 edition of Variety, the director of the 1987 documentary "Eyes on the Prize" was misidentified.
Shot entirely in Romania and starring Ann-Margret as a real-life Detroit housewife hellbent on adopting an orphan child in ravaged, post-Ceausescu Bucharest, pic represents one of USA's rare steps…
Willow Bay and Antonio Mora have been named co-hosts of "Good Morning America/Sunday," effective March 20.
As networks start looking ahead to next season, the ratings of borderline programs, especially ones the webs had high hopes for, raise an interesting dilemma: Is it the show or the timeslot?
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.
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…
Devotees of Bruce Lee should find plenty to like about this two-hour kickfest from the creative force behind last summer's "Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story." But the telefilm is more than a rehash of…
The Winter Olympics are finally over, but the competition won't soon forget CBS' gold-medal Nielsen blitz, unprecedented in television history.
Information superhighway legislation that allows telephone companies to compete with cable TV operators cleared its first hurdle Tuesday, but the House Telecommunications Subcommittee postponed a…
Tom Arnold's back, and this time the project's about right. The humor's natural (despite a lead-heavy laugh track), characters are human, material's well organized and situations have snappy…