Fox Broadcasting Co. will go to a regular seven nights of programming beginning June 21, when its "Fox Night at the Movies" slot will become a weekly entry on the weblet.
UCLA Extension will present a one-day seminar, "Getting Through the Maze: A Writer's Guide to TV Program Development," on March 13, moderated by writer/producer Howard Jay Smith, a former development…
Holland's Philips and France's Thomson have confirmed they are talking to Japanese companies in order to formulate a worldwide standard for digital video.
Turner Broadcasting System Inc. and Capital Cities/ABC, partners on such sporting events as the 1991 Pan American Games and the upcoming 1994 Goodwill Games, are discussing a possible joint bid to…
Walt Disney TV Animation won't produce a second season of the animated series "Goof Troop" for ABC's Saturday-morning lineup, citing a failure of network license fees to pace rising production costs.
Oscar-winning actress Whoopi Goldberg has been added to the list of presenters for the 65th annual Academy Awards presentation. This is the fourth appearance for Goldberg, who won a best supporting…
TO USE A VERY OLD CLICHE, it's been the best and worst of times for network television lately.
Writers Guild of America members voted overwhelmingly to give the union's negotiating committee power to strike if ongoing talks fail to result in a new contract with CBS by March 1, when the current…
Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution has licensed its low-rated off-net sitcom "Head of the Class" to TBS for this fall, continuing the trend of distribs selling rerun product to the…
Black and Blue" never looked as good on Broadway as it does in Robert Altman's keenly observed, briskly paced small-screen version of the rhythm and blues revue. This is a slightly reduced edition of…
CBS leads the webs with 13 finalists for Directors Guild of America television award nominations. NBC is second with 10, while ABC has three. Nominations will be announced Monday.