Home Box Office has secured the rights to "An American Reunion: The People's Inaugural," the first of the inaugural-week events, and will air the event as a one-time-only special Sunday at 8 p.m.
Sports syndicator Raycom has signed a five-year deal with the estate of Elvis Presley, whereby the company will produce a series of specials from Presley's Graceland in Memphis.
Lifted to a November sweeps win in part by the miniseries "The Jacksons: An American Dream," ABC will go back to the Michael Jackson well in February via a 90-minute live Oprah Winfrey interview with…
Tamara Rawitt has resigned as producer of the Fox Broadcasting Co. series "In Living Color," she confirmed, following last month's departure of exec producer Keenen Ivory Wayans.
Hughes Communications Inc. reached an important milestone last week when it secured a pay-per-view output agreement from a major studio for its fledgling direct broadcast satellite service.
KCAL-TV was the big winner at the Radio & Television News Assn. of California's 43rd annual Golden Mike Awards, which were handed out Saturday night at the Beverly Hilton.
"Brooklyn Bridge" and "Reasonable Doubts" were among the winners of the first Jewish Televimage Awards, presented by the Queens, N.Y.-based Jewish Televimages Resource Center.
The Radio-Television News Directors Assn. has selected former CBS News writer-producer Ed Bliss as recipient of its annual Paul White award.
"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" blasted off to spectacular ratings last week, leading to fears that network affiliates, offering one-time prime time preemptions of the Paramount show, may opt to…
Actors received $ 188.3 million in residual payments for film and television work in 1992, pushing the total for the last five years over the $ 1 billion mark, and $ 2 billion for the last 40 years…
This will be the final season of "Knots Landing," the long-running serial currently in its 14th year on the web, CBS and Lorimar TV have confirmed.