Fox TV Studios has inked a first-look production deal with Typhoon Entertainment, the shingle founded by Jeff Bowler ("Driven") and Bill MacDonald ("Rome").
Little Newmarket has been described as this year's big success story, but it also could be termed the department of missed opportunities. The mini-distrib is handling "The Passion of the Christ,"…
Cable, syndication and Spanish-lingo TV enjoyed full-bodied gains in ad revenues last year while broadcast television saw only a minimal bump.
Sumner Redstone is still the leading content bull in the media biz, but the Viacom chief won't rule out a possible cable play in future.
Jennifer Garner, star of the upcoming Sony/Revolution romancer "13 Going on 30" opposite Mark Ruffalo, will be honored at ShoWest 2004 as the female star of tomorrow.
With "Martha Stewart Living" officially off the Viacom stations as of Monday morning, everyone is waiting for the other well-shined shoe to drop.
Gallic sales outfit Wild Bunch and distribs around the world are spoiling for a multimillion-dollar fight over helmer Terrence Malick's sudden decision to pull out of the $40 million biopic "Che."
Anti-smut crusaders in Congress are upping the ante in their battle to clean up TV and radio content. Lawmakers are trying to convince the Federal Communications Commission to crack down on excessive…
French Minister of Culture Jean-Jacques Aillagon has banned a documentary he believes might offend Jews and inflame anti-Semitic feelings.
Forensics crime drama "Crossing Jordan," a key cog on NBC's second-half schedule, looked strong in its return from a lengthy hiatus Sunday, easily winning its timeslot.
Brian Roberts delivered a subtle message to Disney shareholders Monday: Technology is going to transform your business. Join us now or the revolution may overwhelm you, even if our financial proposal…