Cut-and-paste compilation of old clips and new footage is more of a time filler than a thorough analysis of 1960-68 "The Andy Griffith Show," still in syndication nearly 33 years after its CBS debut…
Richard Lewis has joined DIC Animation City Inc., parent company of DIC Enterprises, as vice president of public relations and promotion.
"In Living Color" cast member Kim Wayans issued a statement yesterday acknowledging that Fox has filed an arbitration demand against her accusing her of being "uncooperative."
Using Indian folklore and mysticism as fodder for a routine psycho-killer yarn doesn't exactly add up to a bold new leap for American Indian images on film. But that's the only novel aspect to…
Turner Broadcasting's fledgling Cartoon Network weighed in with a sizable 0.8 average national rating for its first six weeks of Nielsen measurement ended Jan. 31.
The National Cable Television Assn. yesterday asked a federal court for permission to intervene in a case involving Bell Atlantic Corp.'s bid to provide cable TV service in its local service area.
Negotiations on U.S. television rights to the 1996 Olympics could be postponed until late this year if a delay would mean a richer contract, IOC president Juan Antonio Samaranch said yesterday.
A planned sitcom starring Sinbad will set sail next season out of Fox Broadcasting Co., which apparently edged CBS to reel in the project.
CBS Entertainment prexy Jeff Sagansky wants to see a reduction in the amount of violence on television.
Reed Intl., parent company of Daily Variety, has agreed to a T62.3 million ($ 90 million) pricetag for its 3.66% stake in British satellite broadcaster BSkyB.
NBC News announced last night that it had settled a defamation lawsuit brought by General Motors Corp. over the network's "demonstration" of a fiery pickup truck crash on its "Dateline NBC" program.