Canal Plus chairman Andre Rousselet told shareholders of the giant pay-TV company that 1993 profits should hit an estimated 1.2 billion francs ($ 211 million), a 10% increase from 1992.
Take seven people, 18-25 years old, and force them together in a Venice Beach house; no, it's not a reunion of "The Breakfast Club" or a sequel to "St. Elmo's Fire," but a documentary follow-up to…
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art will spend the summer casting a look back to the American cinema of the early sound era. The 1933 Film Series will kick off July 9 with a double bill of that…
John Mckenzie has been named a correspondent for ABC News' "Day One," effective immediately. His first report for the broadcast, filed on Monday, concerned a condition where the heart appears to have…
Unlike most summer pilots, "Johnny Bago" is fresh and entertaining. Show incorporates the cartoonish touch of Robert Zemeckis in a black comedy about a small-time hood who's running from the mob, the…
Attention, shopaholics: An interactive cable television network that promises to take the home shopping experience to new high-technology heights may be coming to a TV set in your home this year.
NBC is expected to announce this morning that NBC Prods. has signed a deal to produce a miniseries based on novelist James Clavell's bestseller, "Gai-jin."
Credibility is not "Extreme Justice's" strong point. Hothead police officer Lou Diamond Phillips is recruited for an S.I.S. position by former partner Scott Glenn.
Cable system operator Comcast Corp. said Wednesday that it submitted a merger proposal to the board of its subsidiary Comcast Cablevision of Philadelphia Inc.
A spate of syndie shows are bracing for a chilly summer. And if the Nielsen national syndication barter rankings for the week ended June 13 are any indication, it's going to be a long three months.
Ad sales for CBS Sports' coverage of the 1994 Winter Olympic Games have surpassed 70%, with the network attributing the strong early showing to an influx of new advertisers.