Channel 5, the U.K.'s fifth terrestrial TV channel, predicts it will achieve its first full-year operating profit in the year 2000 -- with profits estimated in excess of £10 million ($16 million).
Fran Shea, the acting president of E! who reorganized the company's executive reporting structure and was expected by many to inherit the permanent E! president job, is ankling after nine months.
In its second major online investment in as many days, CBS Corp. has added Jobs.com to its 'Net holdings, taking a 38% stake in the local job-search Web site.
The New York office of the Directors Guild of America has announced the winners of its 1999 East Coast Student Film Awards for African-American, Asian-American, Latino and women filmmakers.
Four of the nine fiction feature films made in western Canada to be shown at the Vancouver Intl. Film Festival next month will be world premieres.
Bruce Willis, riding high on the box office success of "The Sixth Sense," has abruptly dropped out of his next picture, the crime thriller "Ace in the Hole."
The Backstreet Boys' "Millennium" was the bestselling album in the nation for the second consecutive week, according to sales data released Wednesday.
USA Networks has purchased exclusive broadcast rights for five films, including "The Thin Red Line," "The Siege" and "Never Been Kissed," from 20th Television.
With the exception of the magical month of June, German box office figures for the first half of the year show a drop of more than 11% compared with the same period last year, when "Titanic" was very…
Bob Odenkirk, co-creator and co-star of HBO's "Mr. Show With Bob & David," has signed a seven-figure overall production deal with HBO.