Wink Communications signed up a slate of new networks including CNN, ESPN, Nickelodeon and MTV for its interactive broadcast TV service, the company announced at the Western Cable Show.
On the heels of a rough development season, Universal TV president Tom Thayer is ankling the post he's held since 1991 to take an exclusive development and production job at the studio starting in…
Jeff Greenfield is jumping the ABC News ship and climbing aboard with CNN, according to a deal inked Thursday.
Ever wonder how Leo the MGM lion unwinds after a hard day at the studio? MGM Animation and Claster Television plan to lift the veil on Leo's home life in an upcoming syndie cartoon series, "The…
CBS Sports laid out its promotional campaign for the 1998 Winter Olympics and announced a promotional partnership with Coca-Cola's Minute Maid division at a press briefing Wednesday.
A whopping 198 feature films, 35 foreign features, 126 TV series and 125 miniseries/telefilms have been submitted to the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. for Golden Globe Award consideration, HFPA prexy…
Warner Bros. Domestic Pay TV will produce a weekly half-hour music magazine series exclusively for DirecTV, to begin in February 1988.
"Seinfeld" supervising producer David Mandel has inked a three-year $9 million overall deal with Walt Disney TV.
Hollywood gets to keep its weapons lethal. Or, at least for movie and television purposes, fully loaded and lethal looking.
Southern California is about to get another 24-hour regional sports network starting in October 1998, courtesy of ESPN.
The only thing that the three cable industry power players gathered as panelists for the opening general session of the 1997 Western Show were able to agree on fully Wednesday morning was that…
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