Interactive TV developer Wink Communications has announced it has inked deals with both ABC and CBS to begin broadcasting interactive programming to TV viewers as early as May.
New Zealand's TV3 may have struggled financially this past year, but now it has scooped rival TVNZ in a big way.
In the film biz, a year can change your life, not to mention your bank account and marquee status. Last May, we told the world to watch 10 producers. Among them were German producer Stefan Arndt…
GERMANY Michael Hagemeyer, CEO of L.A.-based European Media Consulting, has taken on the position of U.S. rep for Berlin’s Studio Babelsberg, which is slowly but surely putting itself back on the…
Former CAA agent Jay Moloney today will be named president of Paradise Music & Entertainment, a publicly traded multimedia company headed by producer/director Jesse Dylan. Moloney will oversee an…
Court TV will invest $100 million in original and acquired programming over the next two years, announced Henry Schleiff, president and CEO of the law-oriented cabler.
After a few days of hardball negotiations, KCBS news anchor Ann Martin has inked a new multiyear deal to remain the station's primary femme anchor.
If 16th-century French prophesier Nostradamus is correct about the world coming to an end in a few months, Japanese web Nippon (NTV) will have programming ready and a few fresh young comedians in the…
Natalie Portman, who next appears in the oncoming summer steam-train "Star Wars: Episode I -- Phantom Menace," is in final negotiations to star in "Where the Heart Is," the feature helming debut for…
Black and white viewers moved closer together in their primetime-watching habits during the fourth quarter of 1998, putting the same four series in each of their top 10 rated lists compared to zero…
Carla Hacken had been upped to executive vice president for Fox 2000, the Fox Filmed Entertainment division announced Tuesday.