The Actors' Fund of America will sponsor a new support group for family and caregivers of people within the entertainment industry with HIV/AIDS.
Legislation that would extend indefinitely a satellite program carrier's ability to deliver to backyard dish owners the signal of superstations such as WTBS-TV drew mostly praise at a House copyright…
The Hollywood Radio and Television Society will give the industry a look at its future Tuesday with an exhibition of new broadcast technologies built around its monthly newsmaker luncheon.
Some 63 cable systems from Santa Barbara to San Diego will broadcast the Southern California fundraiser "Cable AIDS Auction Block," a 12-hour broadcast of live and pre-taped segments, on April 4.
John Ratzenberger joins the list of "Cheers" regulars spinning off into their own series for next season -- though in this case he'll belly up to the bar at Fox Broadcasting Co., not NBC.
Glenn Close joins the list of presenters at the 65th annual Academy Awards show.
Rysher Entertainment has cleared "And the Winner Is," its 1993 Academy Awards one-hour preview spec, in 80 markets covering 85% of the country.
Affecting, skillfully crafted, fact-based drama about a mother who is falsely arrested and convicted of poisoning her infant features a solid script and good performances.
Hoping to build on recent ratings momentum and increase live carriage of "Nightline," ABC will delay the show's start time by five minutes and offer affiliates more time for local sales if they will…
Unity Broadcasting president and chairman Eugene Jackson has announced a June 1994 launch for World African Network, billed as the first cabler targeted expressly to African-Americans.
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