Vidmark Entertainment will spend more than $ 2 million promoting "Thunder in Paradise," creating what the company believes is the largest independent homevideo promotion.
KNBC news reporter Phil Shuman has sued his former lawyer for mishandling his claims against the City of Beverly Hills arising from a 1984 incident in which he allegedly was assaulted by police…
Cable TV trade organizations are pressing the Federal Communications Commission for relief for small cable operators from new rules that stem from Congress' passage of the 1992 Cable Act.
Fox Children's Network prexy Margaret Loesch thinks there may be a sure-fire way to get young kids interested in an animated show: slap an advisory on the program telling them not to.
Missing: John Robertson" is almost a consumer warning film for families of MIAs in Southeast Asia: There are as many charlatans ready to take advantage of families searching for their kin as there…
During a Monday session with the press on the National TV Critics Assn. tour, Chevy Chase, the newest kid on the late night block, seemed eager to stay above the fray, while stressing that talk…
HBO exorcises the demonic image of multiple personalities in a not-for-the-timid, in-your-face documentary about three sufferers of the mental disorder, linking the "Sybil" syndrome directly to…
All federal funding for public TV should go into national programming efforts rather than being partially divvied among local stations, a new report recommends.
Cities can't prevent apartment-building owners from barring access to cable TV companies that want to hook up individual tenants, the Michigan Supreme Court ruled.
Before they launch in the United Kingdom this fall, the latest batch of American cable channels to cross the Atlantic must find the answers to some tough questions.