French pay TV giant Canal Plus predicted upbeat results for 1993, with estimated revenues of 8.6 billion francs ($ 1.4 billion), a 9.3% increase from 1992, according to a company statement Tuesday.
Fourth-quarter earnings at Spelling Entertainment Inc. more than doubled as the company continued to ride the success of its "Beverly Hills, 90210" and "Melrose Place" skeins.
Sunday's Dallas Cowboys-Buffalo Bills Super Bowl telecast has cleared the way for NBC's highest weeklong rating and biggest margin of victory during a non-Olympic week in five years.
Five music industry heavyweights have confirmed plans to form a 24-hour music channel that some insiders see as the first real challenger to MTV.
Sen. Byron Dorgan (D-N.D.) this week offered legislation identical to the V-chip bill sponsored in the House by Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.).
Sid Sheinberg, president/CEO of MCA Inc., used a press conference ballyhooing the Tuesday start of the new pay-cable network Starz to attack HBO and Showtime for their "distressing" indifference to…
Public TV is viewed as a "wholesome" alternative to the excessively violent programming aired on network and cable TV, according to a new study commissioned by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
In a surprise move, Fox announced Tuesday that KTTV will not move to the studio's Century City lot when it abandons the Fox Television Center in Hollywood next year.
Brian Lowry: Changing Channels
The ABC telepic “Death in Small Doses” and the one-hour drama “Jacqui’s Dilemma” will air on dates to be announced. Reviews on Jan. 21 and Jan. 27, respectively, gave incorrect airdates…
A new pilot fire safety inspection program, currently being used on the set of CBS' "Diagnosis: Murder," may soon lead to lower location filming costs for the entire industry within the city of L.A.