The Senate Antitrust Subcommittee on Wednesday said that big cable companies are looking a lot like monopolies, with one angry lawmaker threatening to use his subpoena power to get a straight answer…
WNBC has snagged 33 New York Emmy nominations, topping all other Gotham broadcast outlets.
Belgian producer Paul Breuls' production and financing outfit Corsan Prods. has greenlit Nicholas Meyer's (HBO's "Vendetta") $20 million feature "Spoils," which Meyer co-wrote with Ron Roose…
Walt Disney TV Intl. Latin America has sold Colombian kiddie novela "Baby Sister" to broadcasters Televisa in Mexico and Azul TV in Argentina, marking its first foray into the soap genre.
The budget for French TV production rose 13% to 7.6 billion francs ($1.03 billion) in 2000, with a total 3,892 hours made, the Centre National de la Cinematographie (CNC) said at Mip.
Oh, what at tangled web they weave, indeed: Columbia Pictures is offering a $25,000 reward for any tip that leads to the safe return of four "Spider-Man" costumes that went missing from the pic's set…
ABC's "What About Joan" wasn't as dominant in its second try Tuesday but continues to show promise, again winning its half-hour by most measures.
The Apollo Theater Foundation has announced the formation of its new management team. Derek Johnson, a senior exec at AOL Time Warner, has been named president of the Apollo Theater Foundation…
Jerry Bruckheimer Films has purchased the film rights, based on a five-page book proposal, to "The Bureau and the Mole" by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Vise.
Charlotte Rampling will officially open the 2001 Cannes Film Festival on May 9, fest prexy Gilles Jacob announced Wednesday. She will also present the final awards on May 20.