HBO will produce an original documentary exploring the history of women in sports, said Ross Greenburg, HBO Sports senior VP and executive producer.
Clear Channel Communications announced Monday that it has acquired French outdoor advertising company Sirocco S.A. for $87 million in cash.
Rainbow Media Holdings, the programming division of Cablevision Systems Corp., the sixth largest cable operator in the U.S., has elevated Hank Ratner to chief operating officer.
The minute President Clinton's testimony streamed over live television, a handful of quick-turnaround video specialists was plugged into the feed and then off to duplication houses for processing.
CBS Corp. expects to raise $2.5 billion from the sale of 20% of radio-and-outdoor group Infinity Media Corp., it revealed in an SEC filing, which would roughly halve the Eye's existing debt load.
Developers of Playa Vista, the sprawling tract near LAX that includes the former Hughes Aircraft plant, have agreed to most of DreamWorks' terms to move the studio to the site.
Dennis Haysbert, best known for driving the getaway car in Michael Mann's "Heat," will join Harrison Ford, Kristin Scott Thomas, Bonnie Hunt and Charles Dutton in the Sydney Pollack-directed "Random…
Some of Gotham's most colorful personalities are turning up on the bigscreen this week at the 20th annual Independent Feature Film Market, which runs through Friday at the Angelika Film Center.
"Sex With Cindy Crawford" is taking "NYPD Blue's" timeslot on ABC tonight, but a lawsuit filed in New York presents the story behind the one-hour special as fodder for "The Practice."
Actress Nia Long ("Soul Food") is set to co-star with Taye Diggs ("How Stella Got Her Groove Back") in "The Best Man," which Malcolm Lee will direct for Universal Pictures.
CBS dominated Nielsen metered-market results for Sunday, the last night before the formal start of the 1997-98 primetime season. The Eye premiered its most powerful lineup -- "60 Minutes," "Touched…