Cable operator the Lenfest Group agreed Thursday to pony up $ 5 million to Hollywood studios and other program providers to settle a U.S. Dept. of Justice lawsuit alleging that the MSO underpaid…
After some wobbly recent outings, Brit pubcaster BBC reclaims the classic-drama high ground with this elegant adaptation of the 1871 George Eliot novel. Feature-length opener of the six-part costumer…
NBC will try to counter ABC and CBS' miniseries assault with a mix of made-fors and theatricals during the May sweeps, including broadcast premieres of "Cape Fear,""Thelma & Louise" and "Final…
"Fatal Subtraction," attorney Pierce O'Donnell's book on the Art Buchwald trial, was misidentified in a story Wednesday.
"Late Show With David Letterman" rebounded from two depressed, NCAA-interrupted weeks to score a big win during the March 28-April 1 Nielsen period, with help from Madonna.
CBS is taking issue with Fox Broadcasting's statement that it has signed some two dozen Eye web and ABC affils to secondary affiliation agreements to carry Fox's coverage of the National Football…
Tele-Communications Inc., the nation's largest cable television operator, said Thursday it is holding talks with several music companies to launch a musicvideo channel.
In an aggressive move to snare more of the increasingly lucrative Gotham TV production market, Lifetime Television is expanding its Lifetime Studios to include a new, 3,500 square foot space in its…
Carlton Communications has promoted Nigel Walmsley to chairman of Carlton Television to succeed group chairman Michael Green, effective May 1.
The world of 500 channels got one step closer Thursday when Tele-Communications Inc., the nation's largest cable operator, unveiled its $ 100 million National Digital Television Center in suburban…
King World's "Rolonda" is the first talkshow to land Tonya Harding as a guest. The controversial figure skater will appear on the May 3 episode, which may be aired live. Harding will be paid an…