Canadian-based John Labatt Entertainment is backing a new production company, Industrial Arts, based in Los Angeles and New York.
Narrator: Tom Sinkovitz
The Senate Appropriations Committee agreed late Tuesday to provide $ 11.5 million in emergency funding to help the Federal Communications Commission administer the 1992 Cable Act.
Creator David Wickes puts forth a vigorous-if-pretty-pretty period adaptation of Mary Shelley's 1818 novel, suggesting that the Monster, as he's known here, is Victor Frankenstein's alter ego and…
King World Prods. reportedly has named Betsy Alexander as exec producer of the syndicator's "Les Brown Show," which premieres this fall.
Fledgling "wireless cable" and other TV services like direct broadcast satellite companies gained access to a wider range of programs under a settlement announced Wednesday by state prosecutors.
Loni Anderson will join the cast of the NBC series "Nurses" in the fall, playing a hospital administrator.
Among the day's faxes: Effective immediately, television writer Bill Prady will be changing his name to the typographical symbol "
Multimedia Entertainment, the distributor of four syndicated talkshows, has announced plans to launch the Talk Channel, a new 24-hour cable service, during fall 1994.
Legislation that would prohibit public schools from using Channel One, a controversial news-and-features program that includes advertisements, passed the Senate Wednesday on its second try.
President Clinton suffered another one of those little embarrassing moments at the kickoff to ABC's annual affiliate meeting.