Hollywood's odds-on Oscar favorites continued to dominate other awards nominations Monday as the American Cinema Editors picked Michael Kahn's "Schindler's List," Veronika Jenet's "The Piano" and…
Los Angeles-based Prime Ticket plans a nationwide rollout by year's end for La Cadena Deportiva Nacional, a regional Spanish-language sports network.
The owner of a CBS affiliate in Orlando intends to ask a federal court today to force the FCC to act on a longstanding petition calling for elimination of the primetime access rule.
NBC has established broad-based strategic alliances with America Online and Prodigy for interactive information and entertainment. Components will include such features as a bulletin board, sales of…
James Kofalt, president and chief operating officer of Cablevision Systems Corp., the nation's fifth-largest cable operator with 2.3 million subscribers, resigned after 17 years with the company.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences and American Center for Children’s Television will co-sponsor the Children’s Interactive Media Festival from 10…
Total TV advertising will surpass newspaper revenues for the first time in 1994, according to estimates released by the Television Bureau of Advertising.
Granada TV, producer of the Oscar-winning "My Left Foot," is back in the film business. After a three-year hiatus, the ITV company has returned to feature production with "Jack and Sarah," a$ 4…
Rhino Records, one of a handful of labels leading the direct marketing charge and doing big business with it, has pacted with QVC, the home shopping network, to hawk its wares.
Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission head Keith Spicer met with Attorney General Janet Reno and FCC chairman Reed Hundt Monday to discuss the CRTC's tough new TV violence code.
The FCC is expected to announce Tuesday it is extending a freeze on cable TV rate hikes beyond Feb. 15.