Tony Blair's relationship with Rupert Murdoch came under scrutiny again Monday after it emerged that one of the British prime minister's closest advisers will become director of corporate…
Sibling Prods., a new Gotham-based company run by the brother/sister combo of Palmer and Paige West, will make its feature bow with "Saturn," a psychological thriller from helmer Rob Schmidt.
Director Oliver Stone has named Dennis Quaid his starting quarterback in "On Any Given Sunday," the working title of the football film Stone will helm for Warner Bros.
Fast-growing Danish indie Scanbox Danmark has launched a new Los Angeles-based sales and distribution division, Scanbox Intl.
CBS newsmag "48 Hours" is on a year-to-date upswing (up 7% over year-ago figures) and Nielsen numbers for last week had the show beating out ABC's movie-of-the-week by more than four ratings points.
A federal court in New York has upheld the Alphabet net's right to hire non-union-represented freelance technicians for sporting events held outside the continental United States.
In the ongoing battle for control over one of Canada's largest media companies, CanWest Global has come out swinging again.
HBO harvested more than double the ratings of its two main pay-TV rivals, Showtime and Starz, in the 4.7 million households that pay for all three of the premium networks plus HBO's sister channel…
A glitch caused by red tape in the public funding system has Canadian TV producers in a flap about getting vital government funding for a number of prominent Canadian TV dramas.
The Tony Awards has announced which nods will be handed out for airing on PBS and which will be seen on CBS June 7.
Hispanic broadcaster Univision saw revenues rise 23% in first quarter 1998, and prospects for the second quarter are rosier still.