IT'S NETWORKING TIME

WITH LAST WEEK'S PLAYS FOR ABC AND CBS, SUDDENLY THE OLD-FASHIONED BROADCASTERS LOOK HOT AGAIN

Now what? Who's next? Ted Turner, for one, is not saying. "I've got a pocketful of big plans," the owner of Turner Broadcasting said recently. "But I'm not going to show my hand. I mean, you didn't see Eisenhower faxing Hitler the plans for the invasion of Europe." John Malone, CEO of Tele-Communications Inc., has offered to help Turner buy a television network, and Edgar Bronfman Jr., CEO of Seagram Co., may get a piece of that action, too. NBC president Robert Wright, while announcing that he thinks parent company General Electric plans to stand pat, coyly valued his network at...

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