Showtime has commissioned a new batch of original movies, expanding its dollar outlay for production in 1993 to a record $100 million.
ABC's "Tommyknockers" has added some suspense to the May sweeps, boosting ABC to the May 3-9 prime time Nielsens victory with the net's best Sunday-pic share in 17 weeks while moving ABC close behind…
ABC announced Tuesday a dozen movies and three miniseries ordered for next season, including the previously announced Stephen King adaptation "The Stand," which will now be produced as an eight-hour…
Tele-Communications Inc., the largest cable operator in the U.S., released a poll Tuesday backing up its previously stated conviction that cable subscribers do not want to pay extra for over-the-air…
The Movie Network has decided four channels are better than one after a one-year multiplexing experiment in Ontario test markets increased its subscriber base by more than 13%.
Twentieth Century Fox's international TV wing Tuesday announced that Steve Cornish has been named as VP of the division.
Britain has finally dropped its resistance to the principle of EC financing for high definition television, though it continues to argue about the amount of the subsidy.
This pallid miniseries, based on a novel by Wilbur Smith, trots out all the story cliches and stereotype characters of the international thriller genre. Roy Scheider, in a wooden, indifferent…
The Nosotros organization is seeking bids to produce its annual Golden Eagle Awards, while the show's longtime producer, Frank Nanoia, is suing the organization.
In an apparent endorsement of its development, ABC will put on 11 new series next fall, totaling eight of its 22 hours of prime time.
German pubcasters ARD and ZDF, who woke up one morning last year to find that crucial sports rights were suddenly priced way out of reach, are discussing founding their own sports rights company.