The Disney Channel has taken Spanish pay TV rights to "Miniman," a 13-part animated series from Barcelona toon house Cromosoma.
Bill Haber, who co-founded the Creative Artists Agency in 1975 and helped to run the operation for two decades, has joined Barry Diller's fledgling cable network Trio as president and CEO.
Former "Single Guy" Jonathan Silverman has joined the cast of the CBS laffer pilot "Baby Bob." Also on the casting front, Mackenzie Astin has jumped from canceled NBC drama "First Years" to a Peacock…
A lousy advertising market and threatened writers' strike could whack $500 million off the primetime bottom line during the upfront selling season for the Big Four broadcast networks.
Frank Woessner has stepped down from the top post at Bertelsmann's book division, but he'll have plenty to do at German film group CoproMedia, which is revamping for a more aggressive international…
Taking a page from Napster's own self-promotion playbook, the Recording Industry Assn. of America has launched Nofreelunchster.com, a Napster parody site.
A censorship row marred the first Intl. Digital Film Festival in Delhi. Event ended Friday.
Touted as this year's most expensive Euro TV project, the 40 million euros ($35 million) miniseries "Napoleon" is set to role May 21.
Ted Field, co-founder of Universal Music label Interscope Records, has signed a five-year contract to become chief exec of ArtistDirect. He also will start a new record label as a 50/50 joint venture…
Veteran WB Network publicity topper Brad Turell has been named exec VP for Turner Broadcasting System, following his longtime Frog boss Jamie Kellner to Atlanta.