Two detectives and their supervisor have been suspended for signing a pre-trial deal with telefilm producers relating to the high-profile case in which they were testifying.
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George Hamilton and Lucie Arnaz are preparing to squeeze their way into the crowded daytime syndicated talkshow arena in 1995.
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The Academy Awards are about to take a spin on the information superhighway. Cable's Comedy Central and Prodigy, the nation's largest online service, are teaming to skewer the awards ceremony.
"Beethoven" and "Free Willy," two features with strong youth appeal, will both be making the transition to network television next fall as animated Saturday-morning series.
The national touring production of “The Who's Tommy,” which begins a three-week run July 13 at the Universal Amphitheatre, has racked up nearly $ 1 million in advance ticket sales. The show brought…
NBC said its new cable web America's Talking will launch July 4 with over 10 million subscribers and has commitments from cable operators to reach another 24 million homes in five years.
PBS has picked up one series from Brandon Tartikoff's Moving Target Prods. and passed on another, the service confirmed.
NBC is trying to strike first in the three-way Harding-Kerrigan movie derby, announcing an April 30 airdate for its unauthorized account, "The Tonya & Nancy Story."
With the ink on its Fox deal fully dry, the National Football League announced that it would be beaming its games to satellite dish owners, via TVN, the multichannel pay-per-view satellite network.