"Homicide: Life on the Street" scribe-producer Paul Attanasio is headed back to a life of crime with CBS, while Fox has given the final greenlight to the McG-helmed "Fast Lane."
Creed's eight-week hold on the album charts has finally been broken, as the latest release from country crooner Alan Jackson laid claim to the top spot with sales already nearing a half-million.
The Walt Disney Co. Latin America, via Buena Vista Intl., and Spain's Admira have formed a 50-50 joint venture, Miravista, to co-produce pics in Latin America.
Vivendi Universal announced two key administrative appointments Wednesday, naming a New York-based chief information officer and a Paris-based head of European strategist.
Sony Pictures Classics has taken North American rights to Spain's foreign-lingo Oscar submission, "Mad Love" (Juana la Loca).
Sidney Poitier -- the only black actor to win an Academy Award in the leading male category -- will be taking home another Oscar this year.
Australia's cast and crew union, the Media, Arts and Entertainment Alliance, and the Screen Producer's Assn. of Australia are still deadlocked over minimum wage increases -- nearly a month after the…
Hong Kong's beleaguered pay TV industry is in dire need of a lifesaving jolt -- but it won't get one from power utility CLP Holdings.
German media giant Bertelsmann is looking for opportunities in China.
Channel 4 failed to make a profit in 2001 for the first time in just under a decade, after its advertising revenue fell by £38 million ($54 million).
Despite complaints of a production slump due to cuts in feature film investment from national television, 2001 was a good year for the Italian film biz, with the annual production tally now…