For the first time since the merger that created Time Warner, the company posted full-year net profits. Four of the company's operating divisions -- music , filmed entertainment, HBO and cable…
General Motors filed a lawsuit against NBC in Indiana yesterday, charging the web and an independent testing firm with defamation stemming from an installment of "Dateline NBC," which questioned the…
J. Edgar Hoover's secret file contains a bit more of interest for TV viewers than Al Capone's infamous secret vault yielded, but not much.
Lou Gattozzi, operations director at WJW-TV, Cleveland, will serve as chairman and chief executive officer of NATPE Intl. for the 1993-94 term.
Alice Cahn has been named director of children's programming at PBS. Cahn, director of the Los Angeles-based Education First!, assumes the post Feb. 16. She is a veteran children's TV programmer…
Arts & Entertainment's "Stage" debuts its series of Broadway shows, "Clairol on Broadway," with the 1988 musical, "Romance/Romance," a mildly entertaining pair of related one-acts. The first story…
Julian Mounter, former director-general of Television New Zealand, has been appointed president and chief executive of Hong Kong's Hutchvision Ltd., parent company of Star TV.
The Assn. of Independent Television Stations has asked the Federal Communications Commission to block MTM Television's bid to sell reruns of the CBS series "Rescue 911" as a stripped access program…
Broadcasters yesterday urged the Federal Communications Commission to nix a cable industry request for modification of the so-called "network non-duplication rules."
CBS' Saturday morning kids lineup, challenged in recent weeks by the upstart Fox Children's Network, scored the highest rating of the season among children 2 -11 to finish first, according to A.C…