UPN has wrapped up what started out to be a disastrous premiere week with satisfactory Thursday and Friday launches.
Discovery Communications Inc. said it will build a new $150 million, 500,000-square-foot headquarters in Silver Spring, Md.
AFI Fest '98 is organizing a program for screenwriters and film industry professionals in association with the Writers Guild.
Twentieth Century Fox TV is close to a deal with Broadway and film actor Alan Cumming to star in Steve Levitan's ("Just Shoot Me") next sitcom for NBC.
Ed Harris and Anne Heche will star in the drama "The Third Miracle," for Franchise Pictures and American Zoetrope.
Savvy marketing exec Chris Pula will not be joining Sony Pictures Entertainment to handle its new genre division, contrary to published reports.
Singer David Cassidy will leave the effects-filled "EFX" in January after a two-year run with the production at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino.
South Korea President Kim Dae-Jung said on Thursday that his country would lift its 53-year-old ban on Japanese culture, opening the door to the imports of Japanese pop music and TV programming.
The Web lured 20 million people to buy some consumer item in the first six months of 1998, a 100% increase over the same period a year ago.
Twenty-six nonfiction films have been nominated for five International Documentary Association awards, which will be presented Oct. 30 at the Ritz-Carlton in Marina del Rey.
Actor George Clooney ("ER") is executive producing a Warner Bros. TV mafia drama called "Bloodline" for CBS next season.