Nearly a fifth of the 192 stations carrying Group W's syndicated talkshow "Vicki!" balked at a segment that aired Tuesday in which host Vicki Lawrence wore large Halloween prop breasts as part of a…
Andy Marx: High Tech Hollywood
Though write-offs on its former NFL franchise and other charges meant CBS Inc.'s fourth quarter failed to meet Wall Street estimates, the Eye web still posted solid gains as profits rose 40% from the…
CBS News went to the Supreme Court on Tuesday, asking Justice Harry Blackmun to overturn a South Dakota court's injunction against tonight's episode of "48 Hours."
As expected, Jeffrey Schlesinger will become president of Warner Bros. Intl. TV Distribution, replacing Michael Jay Solomon, who resigned last week (Daily Variety, Feb. 7) to set up his own company.
The cable industry cried foul at the FCC's 3-0 decision Tuesday to extend the freeze on cable TV rates three months to May 15. Wall Street analysts said the move would continue to depress cable…
"Babylon 5," the latest addition to Warner Bros.' Prime Time Entertainment Network, saw its ratings dip slightly but still posted solid numbers in its second week.
Fingerhut Companies Inc. will join Viacom Inc. in its experiment with home shopping on its MTV, VH1 and Nick at Nite cable nets, the companies said Tuesday.
Creative Artists Agency has signed a three-year deal with Comedy Central to use the ad-supported cable network as a laboratory for CAA clients with offbeat projects that the agency would package.
Home Shopping Network Inc. agreed to settle several shareholder lawsuits, forcing the Florida company to take a $ 13 million to $ 16 million charge against its fourth-quarter earnings.
Ratso Rizzo will kick off the American Film Institute’s 1994 Favorite Film Series on Feb. 16 as United Artists’ “Midnight Cowboy” celebrates its 25th anniversary. The screening will be held at the…