Wharf Cable, the territory's lone cable operator, moved a step closer to profitability this week with the introduction of paid advertisements on eight of its 15 basic channels, as the government…
FCC chairman Reed Hundt dared Tuesday to go where few regulators have dared before: regulation of broadcast news.
Adding earthquakes to the list of film projects based on natural disasters, the Avnet-Kerner Co. has optioned Peter Hernon's quake novel "8.4" for a four-hour miniseries for NBC.
Michael F. Thomas will join Turner Original Prods. as VP of production, where he will be responsible for overseeing the physical production of all of the division's originals, including all budgeting…
Martin Franks, CBS senior vice president, will be spending a lot more time in New York, Eye web sources confirmed Tuesday.
David Asman will leave his post as editorial features editor of the Wall Street Journal to take a job as an on-air host for cable's Fox News Channel beginning June 25.
Universal's "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" will not end up on pay TV, at least not for the next dozen years.
Garth Ancier no longer will be involved in the day-to-day production of Columbia TriStar TV Distribution's talkshow "Ricki Lake," as part of a settlement with the studio, sources said.
The strongest NBA playoff ratings in four years has fed NBC an easy lay-up of a victory in primetime Nielsens for the June 2-8 week.
The annual upfront ad market neared the finish line Tuesday, and with just a handful of business remaining to be done, estimates show the six broadcast networks will come at a shade over $6 billion…