Barton Dean has received a two-script back-up order on his CBS pilot "Muddling Through," one of two series hopefuls from the producer under a recently inked two-year, multimillion-dollar deal at…
Fox Broadcasting is crowing, Hollywood producers are crying and the Big Three networks are busy contemplating yesterday's Federal Communications Commission decision setting in motion outright…
"Get Real" is a monthly series that attempts to tackle the problems facing Asian Pacific teens. In its debut show, AIDS is addressed. While the show fails on some levels, it does address issues and…
The FCC yesterday ordered cable TV operators to immediately freeze subscriber rates and said it would roll back prices where appropriate to competitive levels.
Twelve-year-old Florida boy Gregory Kingsley made headlines last year when he sued to "divorce" himself from his neglectful natural parents. On April 8, ABC aired a dramatization of the Kafkaesque…
Local and national coverage of the L.A. riots and events leading to them were recognized yesterday by the Peabody Awards, which also noted achievements by network series "Seinfeld,""Roseanne" and…
CBS has extended its order on the new Lorimar TV reality series "How'd They Do That?" to keep it on through the May sweeps.
"Hee Haw" is going out of production after 25 years.
Capital Cities/ABC Inc. and Paramount Communications Inc. said yesterday they have joined a group bidding to acquire two Mexican state-owned TV networks and other media.
Wall Street reacted swiftly to regulatory reforms handed down yesterday by the Federal Communications Commission, with investors apparently rattled by the initial implications.
CBS tuned up for NCAA basketball Final Four coverage with healthy numbers for last weekend's games, while other wins went to the usual suspects in Nielsen daytime and fringe ratings for the week…