Southwestern Bell Corp. and Cox Cable Communications said they signed a memorandum of understanding for a partnership in both cable television and telephone in the U.K.
ABC will reportedly go back to "Home" following last week's decision not to air the Canadian talkshow "Shirley," with reports that the network has negotiated a deal with Reeves Entertainment…
Teachers: Elaine Anderson, Sam Chattin, Janice Herbranson, Juan Pantoja, Charlie Randall.
ABC News is ready to stick its foot into the prime time news magazine pool, and is doing so with "Day One," an hour-long program that uses the magazine format with a slight twist.
NBC-owned CNBC posted the largest subscriber growth during the past month among cable networks with more than 30 million subscribers, increasing by 0.8%, according to Nielsen statistics.
When it comes to the new markets of multimedia and interactive TV, it will be entertainment producers -- not designers of the technology -- who make either a success.
Cablevision Industries Corp. -- one of the largest privately owned companies in the cable television industry -- yesterday reported increases in revenues and operating cash flows for the fourth…
Is the Federal Communications Commission about to add teeth to the Children's Television Act of 1990, which requires TV stations to serve the needs of their moppet audience?
The Post Group has created the F/X Center, to serve TV and film clients working in special effects.
"Seinfeld" swept the seventh annual American Comedy Awards Sunday night, garnering three trophies for funniest performers, while "Sister Act" and Billy Crystal followed with two awards each.
At a recent session with reporters, ABC TV Network Group president Robert Iger said the major TV networks "can't save their way into profitability" but rather "have to program their way" into it.