The National Cable Television Assn. is planning a series of May meetings in six cities to explain the impact of the new cable reregulation law.
Aiming to defuse a boardroom row, production company SelecTV yesterday named a new chairman and reaffirmed its commitment to producing programs for the U.S. and British markets.
CBS Entertainment president Jeff Sagansky has been named to the board of the National Conference of Christians & Jews, Los Angeles Chapter. Sagansky, one of four new directors, was recently presented…
Time Life Television is making its entry into network television with "Time Life's Lost Civilizations," a 10-hour series of documentary specials designed to air on NBC during the 1995-96 season.
The Nielsen jury is still out on the much-publicized return of "L.A. Law," as the veteran NBC drama scored its best numbers since early January but fell short of early-season levels before viewers…
The National Assn. of Broadcast Employees & Technicians and Capital Cities/ABC Inc. announced tentative agreement on anew four-year contract yesterday. The parties had been in contract discussions…
Opinion was sharply divided among industry exex last week on whether the FCC's decision setting in motion the eventual elimination of fin-syn rules will lead to a quick network-studio merger.
Media and entertainment investors were whipsawed last week when the Federal Communications Commission rolled back cable rates and moved to rescind the financial interest and syndication rules.
The jury in a television trial of James Earl Ray has found him not guilty of the murder of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The verdict was returned after a 10-day trial of Ray presented by HBO and Thames…
Hewlett-Packard Co., the nation's second-largest computer maker, wants a slice of the interactive TV market.
Country singer Travis Tritt deserves a 21-gun salute for putting up his own money to produce this spirited, informative and moving tribute to disabled American veterans. While some artists consider…