The upcoming Columbia fright-pic release "John Carpenter's Vampires" and Robert Wise's classic of the genre, "The Haunting," will comprise the Oct. 23 opening night bill for the Fourth Annual…
Disney will not be selling its 50% stake in German family station Super RTL to joint shareholder CLT-Ufa, according to reports in the Suddeutsche Zeitung.
Amid demonstrations outside the Paramount lot and charges of racial insensitivity, UPN has pulled the planned premiere seg of its new comedy "The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer," which will bow…
With one week on the books for the 1998-99 primetime Nielsens season, the bulk of the good news is landing in the CBS column.
Members of IATSE Local 52, which represents motion picture studio mechanics in New York, have reached a tentative agreement for a new four-year contract with producers.
Dr. Drew Pinsky (MTV's "Loveline") is poised to qualify as one of the hardest-working men in TV, now that he's signed a syndie talkshow development deal with Columbia TriStar TV Distribution.
A news-heavy summer filled with sex scandals and a shaky stock market sent numbers soaring for news and info cablers during the third quarter.
Synthonics Technologies, a Southern California-based software firm, has developed a method for converting standard motion picture footage into 3-D, stereoscopic film. The company plans to license the…
Wall Street revealed just how nervous it remains when investors sent stock of both Viacom and CBS plunging 10% Tuesday after relatively minor changes were made by some analysts to their third-quarter…
A top Livent exec for the first time publicly accused suspended vice chairman Garth Drabinsky of personally directing the accounting "irregularities" inflating the theater concern's earnings over the…