Sony Pictures is about to ink a deal with top Argentine broadcaster Telefe to co-produce and distribute films and TV shows.
The Miramax/Universal co-production "Shakespeare in Love" topped the exclusives roster in its first outing. John Madden's romantic comedy starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Joseph Fiennes rang up $210,419…
Internet advertisers will spend $2 billion in 1999, a staggering 100% gain over the $1 billion they ponied up this year.
CBS News prexy Andrew Heyward has inked a new deal that will keep him at the helm of the Eye web's news operations for at least another three years.
Mauricio de Sousa, dubbed "Brazil's Walt Disney," has signed a seven-year contract with local media giant Globo, which gives the group the exclusive rights to use his cartoon characters in cartoon…
Scandinavian Broadcasting System (SBS), spurred by the expected March 1 launch of its new Dutch channel, continued a frenetic spending spree, picking up close to a dozen new pics.
Jane Seymour, Bruce Davison and A Martinez are starring in "Ties That Bind," a CBS telefilm that has begun production in L.A.
New full-length plays from Arthur Kopit, Naomi Iizuka, David Rambo, Frank Manley and Anne Bogart will headline the Actors Theater of Louisville's 23rd annual Humana Festival of New American Plays.
Universal will mount a screen version of "Muscle: Memoirs of an Unlikely Bodybuilder," Samuel Wilson Fussell's book for Avon that will be adapted by screenwriter Stuart Blumberg. The film will be…
Most Broadway shows last week were flat with the previous round, as grosses were down a modest $39,820 for a total till of $12,721,324.
Mexico's Congress has unanimously passed a scaled-down version of a new film law.