Three high-level executives at Walt Disney Network TV are ankling their posts as part of a massive restructuring spearheaded by Lloyd Braun, Disney's new chairman of Buena Vista TV Prods.
The broadcast advertising upfront is stronger than expected, but will probably end up with slightly lower total dollars than last year's $6.05 billion.
MEMO TO: Harvey Weinstein Writing in the July issue of Premiere Magazine, you make a persuasive case against the growing reliance on “anonymous sources” in newspaper and magazine articles, and by and…
“Art” co-producer Sean Connery says that he has given thought to moving an American cast to London. Connery confirmed that he’d considered “three Americans” from the cast of TV’s “Frasier”: Kelsey…
Outfest '98, the 16th L.A. Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, will kick off July 9 with the Sundance hit "Relax ... It's Just Sex." Set in contemporary Los Angeles, it focuses on a group of friends of…
Dorothy Stickney, the beloved Broadway actress who originated the role of the mother in the long-running play "Life With Father," died June 2 at her home in New York City. She was 101.
Russian broadcasters face major upheaval after announcements from Vice Prime Minister Boris Nemtsov that rules affecting transmission charges and licensing procedures would be revised before the end…
Hughes-backed satcaster Galaxy Latin America is adding dozens of channels to its DirecTV service, thanks to expanded satellite capacity.
Cable giant Tele-Communications Inc. will reduce its debt by $910 million as a result of the latest partnership deal signed Friday with Blackstone Capital Partners and Bresnan Communications.
At a ceremony held in white tents at Berlin's Brandenburg Gate, Joseph Vilsmaier's period pic "Comedian Harmonists" swept through this year's German Film Awards.
U.K. sales outfit IAC Film and Television has signed a two-year output deal for all its feature films and telepics with Italy's Triumph Distribution.