A television version of prominent rhythm & blues nitery R&B Live will likely emerge next year, according to one of its principals.
ITV, the United Kingdom's main commercial TV web, has settled on a network program budget of a little over T515 million ($ 824 million) for 1993 -- almost T50 million ($ 80 million) less than the…
Director Jonathan Lynn, currently plying his trade theatrically in Buena Vista's "The Distinguished Gentleman," has entered into an exclusive overall television deal with Columbia Pictures TV…
Watching children die and others carry automatic weapons is taking a toll on CBS News anchorman Dan Rather, who is reporting from Somalia on the arrival of U.S. troops in the region.
Pat Sajak will host the year-end special "Variety '92," an examination of the year's top entertainment stories being syndicated for a January broadcast window by Turner Program Services.
YOU KNOW THAT OLD SUPERSTITION about famous people dying in threes? So what's going to go next at NBC?
NBC confirmed yesterday that David Letterman's representatives have given the network a competing offer for his talents from CBS, and that the web has until mid-January to make a counter-offer.
The holiday season is getting to be a happy one at ABC, which moved ahead of CBS in prime time Nielsens for the Nov. 30-Dec. 6 week thanks to a pair of powerfully rated Christmas films.
Jumping back into the longform business in a major way, Walt Disney TV has entered into an agreement with ABC to supply the network with up to five family-oriented TV movies during the next two…
Arbitron formally announced its plans to develop a new audience measurement system that would require participants to wear a pager-like device that would record viewing and listening habits in and…
At a time when TV has come under fire for not promoting "family values," the pay-per-view industry is providing an interesting test to see if there's a market for such programming.