The MIDEM Organisation, organizers of international programming markets MIP-TV and MIPCOM, are spinning off a new event for January l994 with the debut of MILIA, a market for multimedia content…
The U.S. Dept. of Justice plans to appeal a federal court's decision tossing out the ban against telephone companies owning cable TV systems in their service region, a government source said Thursday.
ESPN and Major League Baseball have extended their relationship via a new six-year, estimated $ 255 million TV deal that slashes both the annual rights fee and the number of games televised by more…
Mark Mohr, whose "Memories of the Camps" was so effective, has loosely pulled together aspects of the Old West as viewed today -- a rodeo in Tucson, the curator at L.A.'s Gene Autry Western Heritage…
Vice President Al Gore skewered the competition for "Late Show With David Letterman" on Wednesday, while Fox Broadcasting Co.'s "The Chevy Chase Show" took a 28% fall in its second outing.
Looks like sci-fi/mystery fans have something they can sharpen their teeth on with this new series about an FBI agent specializing in unexplained phenomena and a doubting agent sent along to keep an…
The news director at Fox Broadcasting's D.C. station WTTG-TV abruptly resigned Thursday after it was revealed he wrote an internal memo to Fox management pledging to consult prominent national…
Announcer: Ron Russ.
A number of syndicated series showed signs of life during the final week of August, but just as many wilted in the heat.
Just as Illinois Sen. Paul Simon is decrying the violent sins of Hollywood, along comes Showtime's "Sex, Shock and Censorship in the '90s," a parody of TV newsmagazines trying to expose the evil that…
Toronto's Second City Theatre, Vancouver-based broadcaster Western Intl. Communications and actor/comedian John Candy have joined forces toward a Canadian comedy channel.