Total TV advertising will surpass newspaper revenues for the first time in 1994, according to estimates released by the Television Bureau of Advertising.
Granada TV, producer of the Oscar-winning "My Left Foot," is back in the film business. After a three-year hiatus, the ITV company has returned to feature production with "Jack and Sarah," a$ 4…
Rhino Records, one of a handful of labels leading the direct marketing charge and doing big business with it, has pacted with QVC, the home shopping network, to hawk its wares.
Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission head Keith Spicer met with Attorney General Janet Reno and FCC chairman Reed Hundt Monday to discuss the CRTC's tough new TV violence code.
The FCC is expected to announce Tuesday it is extending a freeze on cable TV rate hikes beyond Feb. 15.
The shadow of NATPE hung heavily over the 34th Monte Carlo Television Festival & Market Monday. Opinion was divided over whether the Miami-based National Assn. of TV Program Executives confab had…
All American TV and Telescene Communications have provided “Sirens” with a firm production commitment for fall. The firstrun female cop drama, which had a short run on ABC starting last March, has…
Rob Kenneally has joined syndicator Rysher TPE as exec VP, creative affairs, a new position in which he'll direct a new push into network and movie production and oversee the company's active slate…
The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation is urging ABC to air an episode of "Roseanne" that shows the lead character exchanging a kiss with another woman in a gay bar.
MCA TV apparently is so anxious to go forward with "The Suzanne Somers Show" this fall that it has told stations it will launch the talker if it is cleared in 50% of the country instead of the…
"Seinfeld" and "Roseanne" carried their ongoing ratings battle into the awards field Monday, as the hit sitcoms led the parade of Writers Guild of America nominees for 1993's outstanding TV and radio…