Television Par Satellite, France's second digital satellite platform, will have 1 million subscribers by the end of the year but won't break even until 2002, the company said Monday.
Five titans of showbiz from the worlds of acting, opera, dance and rock 'n' roll were feted over the weekend at the Kennedy Center Honors. Singer-songwriter Chuck Berry, actor-director Clint…
RickMill Prods., the company behind latenight Comedy Central pilot "The After Hours Club," has made some serious decisions about its funny business, hiring former Comedy Central programming exec…
Internet talk radio service eYada.com has tapped former Pseudo Programs Inc. veep of marketing Ken Gold as veep of marketing, a newly created post.
Carlton America will continue to expand its distribution of action films with two more titles: "The Triangle" and "Tin Can Alley," both of which begin production in early 2001.
Cable giant Cablevision Systems, which is all but formally shopping its Rainbow Holdings programming unit, gave further fuel to such talk Monday when it postponed a shareholder vote on creating a…
German kidvidder EM.TV has shocked the industry by downgrading earnings for the year by a massive 90% and announcing that it will sell key assets.
The revival of "A Thousand Clowns," starring Tom Selleck, will not join the 2000-01 season on Broadway as originally planned, the show's lead producer Jeffrey Richards has confirmed.
Digital music company ArtistDirect will spend $10 million buying back stock after a mistake made during the preparations for its initial public offering, according to documents filed with the…
Team Entertainment has signed an agreement with the Sanitsky Co. to greenlight "Final Jeopardy," a telepic for ABC.
Former "Seinfeld" sidekick Julia Louis-Dreyfus is opening the door just a bit to a possible small-screen return.