CBS will move Twentieth TV's first-year drama "Picket Fences" to Thursday nights starting in April and bring back the David Jacobs-Lorimar TV summer series "Bodies of Evidence" in "Fences' " current…
Reality-show producer Four Point Entertainment has formed a TV movie division with the addition of Doris Keating as VP of telefilms.
Dated, dry and pulled down by its own weight, "On the Track of Elephants" would have been better off just left in the trunk.
Liberty Media Corp. has revised its outstanding merger proposal to acquire all of the common stock of Home Shopping Network Inc.
The Cable Television Administration & Marketing Society (CTAM) has been enlisted in the National Cable Television Assn.'s $ 10 million effort to polish the cable industry's image.
Ameritech Corp., the Chicago-based Baby Bell, plans to ask the Federal Communications Commission to support the idea of phone companies providing cable service in their local region.
While industry exex at the "Future of Pay Per View" conference spent considerable chatter on futuristic business and technologies, the bottom-line concern is still money -- and adjusting pricing is…
Congress was abuzz over a report that King World's tabloid news show "Inside Edition" set up a sting operation to lure lawmakers into apparently illegal acts by promising a job in exchange for…
Australians go to the polls March 13, and much of the country's entertainment industry is jittery about the outcome. If the ruling Labor Party is voted out, the incoming Liberal/National Party…
Grant/Tribune Prods., the 5-year-old partnership between former CBS Entertainment president B. Donald (Bud) Grant and Tribune Broadcasting Co., officially ends this weekend, with the exec now doing…
A federal appeals court here yesterday postponed implementation of new Federal Communications Commission rules that would have required broadcasters to channel "indecent" programming to the hours of…