Japanese movie company Shochiku will set up two more channels of programming for direct satellite broadcasting platforms, a company official said Tuesday.
Calling all animaniacs! If you can't get your quota of animation through traditional outlets, you might want to explore the World Wide Web's animation sites.
No doubt about it, the Gene Roddenberry name can still open a sci-fi drama.
Confirming fears of top NBC execs, this year's World Series is comfortably on track to become the lowest-rated ever.
Liberty Media, the programming arm of Tele-Communications Inc., reported dramatically higher net profits of $307.7 million for the third quarter compared with $7 million a year ago as a result of a…
Judging by the cold winds blowing at the 64th Mifed movie mart here Oct. 19-24, there's a hard rain coming for many international sales companies.
Twentieth Century Fox's decision to premiere "Titanic," its mega-budgeted, much-ballyhooed James Cameron project, at the Tokyo Film Festival Nov. 1, has Hollywood insiders scratching their heads.
With a preemptive bid Friday evening, Universal Pictures snapped up the rights to Jeff Nathanson's wry comedy spec "Rodolfo" for Imagine Entertainment.
Univision Communications Inc. reported Wednesday its third-quarter profit soared 124%, thanks to solid returns from the network's first upfront presentation and an increasing share in the Hispanic…
After two days of record swings, Wall Street took a breath Wednesday and stabilized. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up just 8.25 points to 7506.67, effectively no change.
As early snow storms buffeted the Northeast and Midwest Friday and Saturday, business at the box office cooled slightly from the previous week and dropped precipitously from a year ago.