Malofilm Distribution has signed a deal with Showtime Networks Inc. to distribute the cabler's product in the Canadian video and TV market.
TV industry vet Kevin Wendle intends to take a megabyte out of the burgeoning interactive TV programming field.
Brian Lowry: Changing Channels
NBC has extended the daytime soap “Another World” through June 1995. The web also has a longterm deal on its other serial, Columbia's “Days of Our Lives.” “Another World,” in its 30th year, comes…
Women in Cable's Southern California chapter will honor Eva Bustos of La Cadena Deportiva Prime Ticket (Woman to Watch), Sandy Murphy of Cox Cable San Diego (Woman of the Year) and Dotty Ewing of…
The U.S. Senate on Saturday voted to abolish the Copyright Royalty Tribunal, the tiny federal agency that divvies up cable TV copyright royalty money to Hollywood studios and other programmers.
ABC will reportedly churn up the sweeps waters in February with a one-hour primetime special based on the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition.
St. Claire Entertainment and MTE Television have signed the writing-producing team of Dan Angel and Billy Brown to develop "Shock Treatment," an anthology series for HBO. John Landis, Robert K. Weiss…
MCA/Universal Home Video joins the growing list of studios adopting longer pay-per-view windows on homevideo releases. The studio will test a 60-day hold-back on two upcoming titles.
Though blessed with a storyline with purpose, "The Bulkin Trail" suffers from frail direction by Michael Nathanson, overacting by the young hero, and other perfs that prove uncomfortable reaches for…