The ITV web was thrown into disarray Friday, when the Office of Fair Trading rejected its new centralized system for commissioning programming as anti-competitive.
A cable company considering offering pay-per-view Olympic events during the 1996 Atlanta Games should fix its attention to marketing to avoid following the disastrous path of this past summer's…
Voices: Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith, Hank Azaria, Harry Shearer, Elizabeth Taylor, Pamela Hayden.
Supermodel Christie Brinkley, host of CNN's "Living in the '90s" will not be invited back to the network when her contact expires Jan. 4.
The title for "Shadow of a Stranger" makes about as much sense as the telefilm itself, as murder follows murder in a vain attempt to be convincingly clever. Emma Samms plays high-fashion model Sarah…
CBS News' Allen Pizzey was the first of the Big Three to file a live report from famine-stricken Somalia since the networks started beefing up staff in the region in preparation for the arrival of…
What distinguishes farce from sitcom from melodrama from satire? That seems to be a problematic question for Leon Prochnik's script, and although "Four Eyes and Six-Guns" engages and entertains at…
The chances of Britain's fifth TV web getting off the ground increased significantly Friday, when the sole bidder for the license confirmed that 70% of its financing is now in place.
Most major syndie shows escaped the November sweeps period with only a few minor bruises, but three heavyweights were left hemorrhaging and scrambling for tourniquets.
Cable TV and broadcasting--at war during the recent drive to reregulate the cable industry--will square off again in the negotiations concerning the retransmission consent provisions of the…
Sixteen-year-old Mark (Nicholas Shields), anguishing over his stuntman father's death, attempts suicide twice, which his hairdresser mother Heather (Shannon Tweed, takes lightly.