"NYPD Blue" creator/exec producer Steven Bochco is seeing red over the possibility that ABC might bump his hit cop skein out of its established 10 p.m. Tuesday slot in favor of frosh drama "Once and…
Geraldine Laybourne's Oxygen Media has landed a carriage agreement with Insight Communications, the eighth-largest cable operator in the U.S., reaching more than 1 million subscribers.
Anjelica Huston, Barbara Kopple, and Cicely Tyson are among five industryites who will be honored at the 20th annual New York Women in Film & Television Muse Awards taking place Dec. 7, the org…
Indie producer Emilio Ferrari, best known for straight-to-video and TV titles, has formed a new theatrical and distribution entity -- A Plus Entertainment -- with financing out of Germany.
Cable cable cable -- both networks and systems -- boosted Time Warner's quarterly numbers. Filmed entertainment and music were sluggish, but that's OK, according to chairman and CEO Gerald Levin.
Consumer advocates are beginning to lash out at FCC Chairman Bill Kennard, who has disappointed them with a series of decisions that will allow for greater media concentration.
Those in search of papier-mache sphinxes and Cleopatra headdresses will have to check out Giuseppe Verdi's "Aida," now in repertory at the Metropolitan Opera.
The Euro alliance between Italy's Mediaset and Germany's Kirch Group is just the first phase of a project that will lead to the merger of all the TV channels controlled by Silvio Berlusconi and Leo…
In another bid to beef up its comedy development roster, the WB has given a put pilot commitment to a half-hour laffer from "Tommy Boy" writing/directing duo Fred Wolf and Peter Segal.
Signaling that it is taking a more serious approach to the Internet, Universal Studios Online has upped former Disney Internet exec Kenton Low to prexy, a newly created post, while Stephanie Sperber…