Facing a shift to 1 a.m. on WWOR-TV, Multimedia has opted to take "Rush Limbaugh" to WNYW-TV, where the station will change its schedule to accommodate the talker at 11 a.m.
Presidential candidate Ross Perot's tough financial talk may not have been a hit with America's voters, but it seems CNBC is interested in his views.
Nostalgia Television will test the waters of interactive TV in coming weeks with the introduction of a new gameshow, "The Memory Bank."
Canada's private TV operators are jumping into the deep end of technological and sociological change. The telecasters are preparing to increase Canadian content and, at the same time, diversify their…
Canada's private TV broadcasters received a harsh message at their annual convention yesterday. Preliminary analysis of a major audience study shows that one of three viewers don't much care for what…
ROUGHLY 18 MONTHS AGO, ABC Entertainment president Robert Iger got mugged by the press and his counterparts at the other networks for suggesting the networks may inevitably reduce the number of hours…
Bill Clinton may have taken the White House in a big win yesterday, but ABC won the prediction poll. At 7:47 p.m., ABC called Clinton the winner, with NBC and CBS following about one minute later.
The budget ax fell yesterday at Tribune Broadcasting-owned indie KTLA, with the station immediately laying off 12 of its 247 full-time staffers. Another six to eight employees have been told that…
"Pretty Woman," ABC's highest-rated theatrical film in 3 1/2 years, has escorted the alphabet network to an eyebrow-raising prime time Nielsens victory for the Oct. 26-Nov. 1 week.
Defeated politicians aren't the only ones licking their wounds today.
In many ways, "Top Girls" by Caryl Churchill offers a good example of how to move a play to the small screen, but the play's humor has not survived the transfer. Still, if one can endure the first…