U.S. District Judge Irving Hill has permanently dismissed George Holliday's $ 100 million copyright infringement lawsuit, ruling that it had no merit.
The Axel Springer Verlag's operating revenues declined 7%, ad income 3%, during the first five months of 1993, finance director Claus Liesner said at a press conference during which the German…
Two of the nation's largest cable operators may team up with the world's biggest computer software company to promote a standard for interactive TV.
NBC expects to have sales figures and ratings early this week on "Mall of America," the one-hour home-shopping pilot that aired last Friday on over 100 affiliates, reaching nearly 70% of the U.S.
Fox's News Division has bought $ 1 million worth of editing equipment from Avid Technology Inc. The unit, which is a part of News Corp., bought 10 Media Composer digital non-linear editing systems…
A Dusseldorf court has rejected a motion to revoke Vox's license.
Telephone companies are opposing sweeping legislation offered this week by Sens. Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii) and John Danforth (R-Mo.) that contains a provision allowing telcos to offer cable TV service…
David Letterman's new CBS show has both a name and official premiere date, as "Late Show With David Letterman" will make its debut Aug. 30, a week later than had been expected.
ABC Entertainment president Ted Harbert paused during his presentation to affiliates Thursday to make a policy statement about TV violence -- namely, that the web will work to keep levels to "an…
The Federal Communications Commission seeks congressional blessing for its plan to delay rollbacks on cable rates until Oct. 1.