Carlton Communications has all but completed its agreed T760 million ($ 513. 5 million) takeover of Central Independent TV. By Tuesday's deadline, Carlton had received acceptances from 56% of Central…
With Thursday's announcement that MGM/UA has finally launched a new in-house TV/feature animation division and created a home entertainment prexy slot, it now looks like chairman/CEO Frank G…
Hong Kong-based Star TV has lost its sales agent in Taiwan. According to Satellite Television Marketing Inc., the parting is over failure by the two side to come to terms on various major changes…
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America's Got Talent
America's Got Talent1Rating: 2.5 Share: 8 Viewers (Millions): 11.4 Network: NBC
Big Brother2Rating: 2.3 Share: 8 Viewers (Millions): 6.9 Network: CBS
Dancing With The Stars
Dancing With The Stars3Rating: 2.1 Share: 7 Viewers (Millions): 12.3 Network: ABC
Warner Bros. TV, pushing hard to get more stations to buy its elaborate new syndicated magazine series "Entertainment News TV," has hired the syndie veteran Dan Greenblatt to take on the new post of…
NBC has restructured and renamed its West Coast media relations and services departments. Media relations becomes entertainment press and publicity. Media services becomes entertainment electronic…
Five regional all-news cable TV channels have formed a trade association designed to heighten awareness of their fledgling service.
ITC Entertainment Group has acquired domestic distribution rights to the weekly syndicated series "ENQ: Secrets of the National Enquirer" from exec producers Michael Gerber and James McNamara.
British Columbia remains one of the largest production centers on the continent after Los Angeles and New York. Direct spending in 1993 increased by more than a third to $ C285 million ($ 213.75…
NBC confirmed that it will use its Jan. 30 telecast of Super Bowl XXVIII to boost exposure for two ailing Tuesday comedies, “The Good Life” and “The John Larroquette Show,” with postgame airings as…
PBS plans to schedule Ken Burns' 18-hour-plus epic "Baseball" over two weeks in late September, the same window where the service premiered the documentary filmmaker's record-breaking "The Civil War"…