The international television marketplace is on the verge of major new expansion in the mid-'90s.
Fox Broadcasting Co. has taken another step toward fulfilling the pledge to go weekly with its Monday movie in June, acquiring roughly a dozen new theatrical titles, including "The Player" and "The…
JUST WHEN THINGS were getting interesting, NBC has to go and spoil things by saying it's not for sale.
Acknowledging that advertising and product identity with motion pictures have become a global issue, Warner Bros. has named Lynn Smith to the newly created position of VP, worldwide promotions.
The Big Three networks have notified the Los Angeles judge presiding over fin-syn-related antitrust consent decrees that the Federal Communications Commission has set in motion plans to nix the…
Fox Children's Network, the reigning ratings champ with kids, introduced five new programs for its fall lineup to advertisers here -- four of them with well-established name recognition among kids.
CBS' big numbers from the NCAA college basketball championship game were strong enough to carry the network to victory in a lackluster April 5-11 prime time Nielsen week.
Jones Intercable chief executive Glenn Jones plans to launch a TV network for computer users to help them "get comfortable" with the new digital compression technology.
A&E has begun marketing History TV, a new basic-cable network that will start operation sometime in the fourth quarter of 1994.
William Saroyan's "The Time of Your Life" will run for six performances at the Pasadena Playhouse, April 29-May 2.
Seeking to quell rumors and provide a vote of confidence to the battered network, the chairman of NBC's parent company told employees Monday that the network is not for sale. "The good news is that…