Four Boston broadcast outlets held a public meeting with members of community cable advisory and oversight boards in order to present their side of the story on retransmission consent.
Thomas E. Dooley, has been crowned president of the Viacom Intl. interactive television division. Viacom also named Robert Meyers and Peter Miller veeps of corporate development in the division.
Falcon Cable Systems Monday reported increased revenues and cash flow for the quarter and half-year ended June 30, 1993.
From San Francisco to Miami and from New York to L.A., the buzz word for the survival of independent TV stations in ever-crowded markets is: Go local.
Another year has gone by, and the future of independent television producers remains in a great state of flux, hinging largely on government regulation of the networks and the vertically integrated…
It seems that every year the indie producer's lifeline gets snipped shorter and shorter.
Ted Turner today is expected to overcome a major obstacle to becoming a player in Hollywood. Barring unforeseen opposition, he will elicit approval from his 14-member Turner Broadcasting board of…
A federal judge whom the Big Three networks were counting on to eliminate longstanding finsyn-related antitrust consent decrees has transferred the case to another judge, prompting a possible further…
The FCC declined to reduce a $ 10,000 fine against a Florida TV station for violating advertising limits in children's TV programming.
Suzy Amis ("Rich in Love") joins previously announced Jeff Bridges and Tommy Lee Jones in the MGM action-thriller "Blown Away."
NBC News president Andrew Lack's pledge of a back-and-forth early morning battle appears to be materializing, with "Today" edging "Good Morning America" for the third time in the last five weeks.