International Family Entertainment, awaiting the completion of its proposed $ 68.5 million buyout of MTM parent TVS Entertainment PLC, yesterday announced the formation of a barter unit that will…
Anticipating expansion in international markets, Time Life Inc. will announce today a commitment to spend $30 million over the next four years on original non-fiction programming.
NEW YORK--"Search and Seizure: The Supreme Court and the Police" is a measured look at a scary topic. Genial host Roger Mudd sets the tone as, suit jacket off, he tackles the controversial Fourth…
ABC, CBS and NBC could lose a combined $ 15 million in advertising revenue due to the four 90-minute political debates, which will preempt such hit shows as "Full House,""Cheers" and "60 Minutes."…
PBS' "Nature" series begins its 11th season with a three-night adventure through the wildlife of the former Soviet Union. Smart and stylish, it is as smooth and engrossing as visual vodka chasing…
Showtime has ordered another 20 half-hours of the erotic "Red Shoe Diaries."
A Georgia cable TV company claiming a right of access to run its lines, free of charge, into two Cobb County apartment complexes lost a Supreme Court appeal yesterday.
ABC confirmed yesterday that later this month it will begin testing a new late night program hosted by Robin Leach and Rae Dawn Chong that will mix entertainment and a direct marketing concept.
Here are highlights of the cable rereg bill.
Congress voted last night to override a White House veto of cable reregulation legislation, breaking President Bush's unblemished veto record and handing him a humiliating defeat less than a month…
The NBC switchboard was still getting calls yesterday from people who couldn't believe their eyes when singer Sinead O'Connor tore up a picture of the pope on "Saturday Night Live."