ABC Entertainment President Jamie Tarses will try to woo an audience of wary advertisers today with the unveiling of her first fall primetime schedule, featuring five new comedies and five new dramas.
Under Karen Arthur's ambitious direction, four-hour study of Texas and Southern pioneer women focuses on three women --- two sisters and a friend --- but the focus often blurs as the vidpic expands…
With "Gulliver's Travels" a major past winner, NBC turns again to a classic. Its two-night mounting of a $32 million glossy take on "The Odyssey" is a straight adventure tale without insight or…
Dutch independent TV producers are demanding new and hefty quotas be levied on the state broadcasting system in order to save their own industry.
All American Communications Inc. enjoyed a big first quarter of the year, posting a 41% revenue increase over a year ago to $67.6 million. Its 1996 count for the same period was $48.1 million.
WUAB Cleveland in January plans to drop the WB Network as its secondary affiliate in favor of an exclusive affiliation with UPN.
Fox Kids Network, the Sci-Fi Channel, Nickelodeon and dozens of cablenets are estimated to have spent some $40 million since May 5 in what is easily one of Denmark's biggest media extravaganzas in…
Latin American Pay Television Services is launching the region's first premium movie channel, Movie City, in Mexico on June 1.
"The Last Don" made it a clean sweep in the Nielsen national ratings, taking first place with its conclusion Wednesday night, and leading CBS to a resounding win for the night.
Cable's Game Show Network, which has been a colossal bust since launching in early '95, has struck a deal with cable giant Tele-Communications Inc. for carriage beginning in early summer.