Bye, Bye BOOMERS New shows concentrate on the lives and times of advertisers' targets -- people in their 20s
Networks warm to idea of summer series
NBC wins in near photo-finish sweeps race
NBC takes May sweep month, but will viewers return in the fall?
Fox to add 'Melrose Place' drama from producers of 'Beverly Hills'
Fox adding another night of programming
'FernGully' tie-in is environmentally correct
TV GETS REAL Blood, gore, crime: the stuff of popular prime-time shows
Networks grow for first time in 15 years
HE-E-E-E-ERE'S CHEVY! Fox hires Chase to do late-night show opposite the rest of the pack
Chevy chases the Carson crown Fox thinks he's a natural for late-night dominance
Too-demanding dad gets Macaulay dropped from show
Stutterers oppose 'Vinny' portrayal and plan Academy Award protest
Networks regaining some viewers Cable audience showing first decline in 11 years.
Former studio boss irks industry by insisting on producer credit
A CINDERELLA HOMECOMING From Berlin to Hollywood to the Eastern Shore again
Olympics wind down this weekend bTC
Bochco returning to save failing 'L.A. Law'
Movie industry begins jockeying for Oscar nominations
Towson State gets piece of the 'Roc'
TV's Roc stars in Towson
'Marilyn and Me' dramatizes possible fourth marriage
Women making some gains in film, TV industry
JOAN RIVERS BOY CAN SHE TALK
The quick Fox jumps into dog days with new episodes
Disney plans a major push for its videos
THE MAN WHO PULLED THE STRINGS James G. Robinson: financial swashbuckler
THE STORY OF THE SMITHS Baltimore family has carved out a television empire
'Dying Young' becomes 'All for Love'
Fox pins its hopes on Coleman, Dutton and a little sleight of hand
An item in the Newswatch on business...
'Turtles' replaces 'Lambs' as top movie
'Lambs' is tops at the box office for the fifth week
'Guilty Suspicion' director is guilty of evading important issues
Fat is funny as a stroke
Fox makes few changes
Therapists say 'Simpsons' need help, but real families are much worse
1990 was a bad year, probably the worst ever, for television
1990 TV SEASON: INNOVATION WAS IN, BUT VIEWERS TUNED OUT
MAN HIRED TO KILL IN 1985 IS FINGERED BY AREA TV WATCHERS
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ONE OF 'AMERICA'S MOST WANTED' WAS ABERDEEN BAR REGULAR
Sweeps month shows major networks continue to lose audience share
ON THE CUTTING ROOM FLOOR B&D; sues over "Die Hard 2"editing
INDEPENDENTS' DAY Channels 45 and 54 have grown quickly. Can they keep it up?
Marvel planning cartoons for showing in theaters
TWO PEARLS OF MOTHERHOOD White hair--or blue, they've much in common
Bart Simpson is a 32-year-old woman with the best job in Hollywood