While the conflict in Yugoslavia ought to be driving up audience levels for the Big Three evening newscasts, Nielsen data for the four weeks since the NATO-led assault on Kosovo began show just the…
Miramax Films, in a preemptive purchase, has paid $2 million for North American and Australian rights to the arranged-marriage comedy "East Is East," the directorial debut of Damien O'Donnell.
Director Chris Roe's documentary "Pop & Me," received the Audience Award -- the top honor at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival --Tuesday night.
Former Disney CFO and Michael Eisner protege Richard Nanula is finding life after the Mouse House isn't as rosy as he had hoped.
Sources on Tuesday said that Jeffrey Katzenberg and Disney are far from reaching a settlement, but an additional postponement of the trial has fueled speculation that they're negotiating a deal.
Grupo Televisa has axed its Televicine film division, leaving in question the media giant's commitment to film production.
A national chain of psychiatric hospitals has asked a judge in Charlotte, N.C., to halt tonight's planned airing of a "60 Minutes II" investigation into the company.
Cable and satellite programmer Flextech is in talks to buy Live TV, a move that likely would mean pulling the plug on the cable channel and replacing it with Flextech's new transactional TV services.
Miramax Films has promoted Jeremy Kramer to senior VP of production. In his position, he will oversee films though all stages of development and production.
The BBC and Discovery have given themselves top marks on their first year's report card, citing exceptional results for BBC America, programming joint ventures and creation of international channels.