The Corp. for Public Broadcasting is considering funding programs that will counterbalance more provocative "point-of-view" shows that air on the Public Broadcasting System and National Public Radio…
Twenty-five years down the road from when the California Cable Television Association opened what was at best a regional get-together for the area's cable operators--many of whom ran mom-and-pop…
Buena Vista Television has cleared "Dinosaurs" and "Blossom" for Setember 1995 in 22 markets covering 35% of the country, including the Tribune stations in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and…
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles yesterday called an end to a boycott of pubcaster KCET that began 14 months ago after the station aired the controversial, independently produced…
Within 10 years, pay-per-view will be the primary distribution medium for movies on television, according to Strauss Zelnick, president and chief operating officer of 20th Century Fox.
In a government bid to gain tighter control over the nation's broadcast media outlets, Hungary's Parliament voted yesterday to give the prime minister's office authority over the finances for…
Tom Mazza has been promoted to senior VP, current programs, at Paramount Network TV, overseeing all series produced by the division, reporting to exec VP of creative affairs John Symes.
Filmmaker Phil Alden Robinson will co-host a segment of ABC's "Nightline" with Ted Koppel tonight, as he shows footage shot while on a mission to war- and famine-ravaged Somalia.
Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) says he'll offer legislation that would repeal the broadcast industry-backed provision retransmission consent when Congress returns in January.
With this end-of-the-year special, Spy magazine uncovers its own counterintelligence. What has long grown stale on the page quickly feels even dumber on screen.
The latest European battle between a well-armed, well-entrenched public service broadcaster and fledgling commercial newcomers is taking place in Portugal. And the main weapons have turned out to be…