The former owner of the San Francisco Giants has acquired a majority stake in San Francisco-based Golden Gaters Prods., a 17-year-old TV production and distribution company involved in sports…
The wheels have been set in motion to bring at least one half of the Tonya Harding-Nancy Kerrigan "Skategate" scandal to television, probably in time for the May sweeps.
CBS will schedule the Bruce Paltrow-John Tinker drama "The Road Home" at 9 p.m. Saturdays beginning March 5, placing current time-period occupant "Harts of the West" on hiatus.
Paul Reiser, star of NBC's "Mad About You," has been set to host the 20th annual "People's Choice Awards," which will air March 8 on CBS.
Joe Pytka, helmer for many of the last decade's popular TV ads, earned his 10 th nomination for the Directors Guild of America commercial award Wednesday along with four other nominees.
French pay TV giant Canal Plus predicted upbeat results for 1993, with estimated revenues of 8.6 billion francs ($ 1.4 billion), a 9.3% increase from 1992, according to a company statement Tuesday.
Fourth-quarter earnings at Spelling Entertainment Inc. more than doubled as the company continued to ride the success of its "Beverly Hills, 90210" and "Melrose Place" skeins.
The three networks and Fox Broadcasting Co. are planning to dispense with formal pilot presentations to advertisers this year, apparently seeing little upside in the practice.
Public TV is viewed as a "wholesome" alternative to the excessively violent programming aired on network and cable TV, according to a new study commissioned by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
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