The Consumer Federation of America is urging the FCC to roll back cable TV rates an extra 20% and crack down on cablers who evaded rate regulation by retiering service and emphasizing a la carte…
NBC's "Moment of Truth" TV movie franchise, which has scored lofty numbers among women viewers, continues apace in its fourth installment since last year. "To Walk Again" is a serviceable yarn about…
In what's shaping up as a potential collision on the information superhighway between Hollywood and the Baby Bells, the MPAA is calling for tougher rules ensuring that telephone company entry into…
Wink Martindale is going interactive. The veteran gameshow host has signed on with the Family Channel cable network as host of "Shuffle: The Interactive Game" and "Boggle: The Interactive Game,"…
As of Tuesday, Paramount’s fifth network reached 41.1% of the country, according to the September 1993 Nielsen U.S. TV Households estimates. The figure was wrong in a story Wednesday. However, the…
Paramount and Chris-Craft have added WTOG-TV in the nation's 15th-largest market of Tampa, Fla., to their roster of fifth network affiliates.
KNBC-TV's longtime entertainment critic David Sheehan has made his long-rumored departure from the Peacock O&O, sources say.
Further rollbacks in cable TV rates will threaten cable's ability to deliver information superhighway technologies to consumers, the National Cable Television Assn. claimed Thursday.
A screenwriter’s claim that his script about a boy who invents a people-shrinking formula was pirated for the movie “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” was rejected Thursday by a federal appeals court. The…
Broadcasters are urging the House telecommunications subcommittee to include a broadcast industry "wish list" in information superhighway legislation that will be voted on next week.
After more than a year of negotiations, reps from several major studios and the state fire marshal's film task force have agreed to modify fire safety regulations on sound stages, warehouses and film…