Broadcast union honchos lashed out Monday at NBC's latest contract proposals as a "sweeping assault" on key provisions of the current pact, which expires March 31.
Academy of Television Arts & Sciences prexy Richard Frank has named chairs for one-year terms on 20 ATAS committees.
In a direct challenge to MTV, five music industry giants today will announce the U.S. debut of a 24-hour videomusic channel. Sources say the new venture, which has been rumored since earlier this…
Nostalgia Network Inc., in the midst of a takeover fight, fired its chairman and chief executive late Thursday.
Havas, the parent company of pay-TV giant Canal Plus, has predicted 1993 results will show a 15% slide in profits compared to 1992.
NBC hasn't made a decision regarding a renewal of the acclaimed drama "Homicide: Life on the Street," which completed a four-week run Thursday.
Producer Barry Kemp's Bungalow 78 Prods. has gotten an early jump on the development process, confirming pilots at each of the four networks under its overall deal with Universal TV.
Howard Cohen, Samuel Goldwyn Co.'s second ranking exec for production and acquisitions, is ankling the indie to become veepee of programming development at Turner Network Television, sources said.
French textiles and communications group Chargeurs is to take a 10% stake in one of the big three French cable operators, Lyonnaise Communications.
"Late Show With David Letterman" and "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" will each coast-hop during the May sweeps, with Letterman expected to bring his show to Los Angeles while Leno takes "Tonight"…