Capitol Films, Jane Barclay and Sharon Harel's London-based sales company, has entered a four-picture alliance with Carl Icahn's Stratosphere Entertainment.
CBS fired off some impressive ratings fireworks over the July 4 holiday weekend (albeit with low viewer levels), while the competition was shooting mostly duds.
In a bid to massively streamline its television operations, Disney is readying a plan to merge all of its network TV production arms into the ABC fold.
Times Square will be a media circus, but Broadway theaters will be dark as the new millennium is rung in on New Year's Eve.
Warner Bros. is increasing the responsibilities of senior veep of worldwide corporate promotions Bob Schneider, and upping Erin Corbett to director of national theatrical promotions.
Cox Communications said Wednesday it plans to exchange its $2.8 billion stake in AT&T Corp. for 495,000 cable customers and $750 million in cash. The agreement will make Cox the fifth-largest cable…
The settlement of Katzenberg vs. Disney caught most observers by surprise because the case, now entering its third month, seemed destined to go the distance.
SFX Entertainment's bid to acquire Livent overcame another hurdle Wednesday, as no new bidders for the ailing theater concern emerged during a bankruptcy court hearing.
MSNBC is dumping John Hockenberry's nightly news talker as part of the ongoing primetime shakeup at the Peacock news cabler (Daily Variety, July 1).
NBC and GE Equity have invested $175 million in ValueVision to increase their stake in the home shopping channel to 39.9%.