The Disney Channel's push to shed its kids-only tag is apparently paying big dividends as the service announced it has cleared the 7 million subscription plateau with an increase of 832,000…
Peter Mayle's best-selling chronicle of his year in Provence is delightfully adapted for the small screen by the BBC, capturing much of the charm and humor of the book.
The Actors' Fund of America will sponsor a new support group for family and caregivers of people within the entertainment industry with HIV/AIDS.
Unity Broadcasting president and chairman Eugene Jackson has announced a June 1994 launch for World African Network, billed as the first cabler targeted expressly to African-Americans.
Some 63 cable systems from Santa Barbara to San Diego will broadcast the Southern California fundraiser "Cable AIDS Auction Block," a 12-hour broadcast of live and pre-taped segments, on April 4.
Robert Downey Jr. has joined the list of presenters on the 65th annual Academy Awards show. This will be the first Academy Awards show for Downey, who is a leading actor nominee for his performance…
Four-hour opus filmed in Toronto toplines dynamic Anjelica Huston as a 1950s- 1980s neurotic Seattle mother who fixes most of her attention on an autistic son at the expense of her five other kids…
The Clinton administration says broadcasters eyeing additional spectrum to carry such services as high definition TV should be forced to pay fees through a spectrum auction process, but a key…
"The Wonder Years" star Fred Savage has vehemently denied sexual harassment allegations raised by a former costumer in a Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit (Daily Variety, March 17).
Both the Seven and Nine networks have posted profits for the six months ended Dec. 31, 1992, and the Australian Broadcasting Authority's latest report says both the radio and TV industry climbed back…