Alan Howden is stepping down as the BBC's controller of program acquisitions after 35 years with the pubcaster; he will be replaced by his deputy Sophie Turner Laing.
It's called Skyscape, it's designed to be London's most spectacular entertainment venue and for 100 nights next year it will be at the heart of the U.K.'s millennium celebrations.
NBC has renewed its midseason NBC Studios drama "Providence" for the 1999-2000 season.
With an 11th-hour settlement, James Bond was restored to his home at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and Sony Pictures Entertainment has declared itself out of the Bond business.
Warner Bros. Online has inked a three-year promotional deal with eBay that will steer visitors of the studio's Web sites to merchandise being sold through the online auction house.
Troubled restaurant chain Planet Hollywood Intl. reported Monday a $228 million loss for the December quarter, and also revealed it would miss a $15 million interest payment due Thursday.
Jeremy London ("Party of Five"), Treat Williams and Bryan Brown have been signed to star in Hallmark Entertainment's four-hour "Journey to the Center of the Earth," which will premiere on USA Network…
In a deal that will bulk it up into Europe's largest broadcaster, SBS Broadcasting announced a definitive agreement Monday to purchase Central European Media Enterprises in a stock swap worth $615…
Japanese satellite channel Wowow has signed a deal with DreamWorks that gives the pay TV channel exclusive rights to televise products from the Hollywood studio in Japan.
Artisan Entertainment, jump-starting its production division under prexy Jon Shestack, has set up the teen horror pic "Soul Survivor" with scribe Steve Carpenter attached to make his directing debut.
The contest to handle media buying for DreamWorks officially ended Monday with the studio's selection of Texas ad agency GSD&M.