Parties to the never-ending fin-syn fight locked horns again Thursday by asking the FCC to reconsider a decision setting in motion plans to eliminate the longstanding rules.
Paramount, seeking to break out of the newsmag and talkshow mold, confirmed Thursday that it will revive "The Price Is Right" for firstrunsyndication beginning in fall 1994.
Broadcasters were hit with a double whammy Thursday when the Senate passed a bill requiring deep discounts in ad rates charged for political commercials and attached a measure that reinstates the…
Interim FCC chairman James Quello said Thursday Congress should give his agency authority to regulate TV violence if the entertainment industry doesn't clean up its act on its own.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the American Assn. of Retired Persons and various guilds will co-sponsor a daylong conference Sept. 11 on the problems of aging as they relate to the media…
Belgian pubcaster BRTN is planning a major programming restructure aimed at taking back a sizable chunk of the market share seized by its only Flemish competitor, private commercial station VTM.
President Clinton stole a page -- that is, a chart or two -- from Ross Perot in his first prime time news conference Thursday night.
What could be called "The Michael Jordan Show" has become prime time's top-rated hit, as Game 4 of the Chicago Bulls-Phoenix Suns series shot down the second-best rating ever for an NBA Finals…
Troy Roberts has been named co-anchor on the CBS overnight news broadcast "Up to the Minute," replacing Russ Mitchell, who has become a correspondent on the newsmagazine "Eye to Eye With Connie…
Prosecutors said Thursday they will not file sexual assault charges against actor Mario Lopez, who appears in the NBC-TV teen comedy "Saved by the Bell," because of a lack of evidence.