Social satirist Michael Moore is teaming up with Salter Street Films, a small, Halifax-based production company, to produce the second season of "The Awful Truth."
MTV wants teenagers to confess. Nonfiction programming supplier LMNO Prods. is developing "Mall Confessions," a pilot for the music cabler in which young adults will enter a mobile confession booth…
ABC News veteran Eileen Murphy has been promoted to VP, ABC News media relations.
Europe's largest pay TV company, Canal Plus, has reported 1999 revenues of $3.3 billion -- a 16% hike on the previous year.
Martin Blaney, Longtime Screen Int. correspondent to Germany, has been tapped head of press and PR for Berlin-based production house Road Movies, started by Wim Wender and Ulrich Felsberg.
Hammer Films is set to rise from the grave, as a consortium of entertainment entrepreneurs has acquired the cult British house of horror.
Polo Ralph Lauren, NBC and its affiliated companies ValueVision Intl. and NBCi have formed Ralph Lauren Media, a new company that will promote and sell Polo products on several media platforms.
Bertelsmann declined to comment Monday on reports that AOL Time Warner is in preliminary talks with the German media giant about buying back its 50% stake in joint venture AOL Europe.
Black Entertainment Television parent BET Holdings hit the 'Net Monday with the launch of BET.com, an affinity Web portal catering to African-American audiences.
One week after reaching the Nielsen end zone with boffo Super Bowl ratings, the Alphabet web has used solid numbers for the NFL's Pro Bowl, another big "Practice" score and usually dominant numbers…
The full canon of Samuel Beckett's dramatic work -- 19 plays in all -- is being filmed for television in a co-production between RTE, Ireland's national broadcasting company, and the U.K.'s Channel…
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