Metromedia

Metromedia (also often MetroMedia) was a media company that owned radio and television stations in the United States from 1956 to 1986 and owned Orion Pictures from 1986-1997.

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Bobby Sherman - Discography - Singles
1969 "Little Woman"/"One Too Many Mornings" (Metromedia) 1969 "La La La (If I Had You)"/"Time" (Metromedia) 1970 "Easy Come, Easy Go"/"Sounds Along the Way" (Metromedia) 1970 "Hey ...
Metromedia Restaurant Group
... The Metromedia Restaurant Group was a United States casual dining company that operates and franchises more than 800 restaurants under the names Bonanza, Ponderosa, The Plano Tavern, The ... It is part of the Metromedia Company, which was privately owned by businessman John Kluge until his death and is related in lineage to the former entertainment ...
Charles W. Fries - Columbia and Metromedia
... Vice President In Charge of Production for Metromedia, where he produced and supervised 26 movies for television and 13 television series, including The Undersea World of Jacques ... It was at Metromedia that Fries began to form his reputation as the "godfather" of the television movie ...
Former Metromedia Stations - Television Syndication
... that were produced and/or syndicated by Metromedia Producers Corporation (MPC) This film, television or video-related list is incomplete you can help by ...
Bobby Sherman - Discography - LP(s)
1969 Bobby Sherman (Metromedia) 1970 Here Comes Bobby (Metromedia) 1970 With Love, Bobby (Metromedia) 1970 Christmas Album (Metromedia) 1971 Portrait of Bobby (Metromedia ...