Culture cabler Bravo has purchased the exclusive rights to maverick filmmaker Michael Moore's series, "The Awful Truth."
Former Motown Records CEO Andre Harrell has signed on with Bad Boy Entertainment to aid the Sean "Puffy" Combs-led outfit in its expansion, as it is poised to bow a record 10 albums in 1999.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. is weighing changes in its bylaws that would allow Miramax Films' "Life Is Beautiful" to be eligible for a Golden Globe award for best foreign film.
Radio giant Chancellor Media Corp.'s net loss edged up slightly to $14 million in the September quarter, it said Tuesday, while operational earnings rose sharply.
Fine Line Features has upped its London-based production consultant Ileen Maisel to a full-time post, naming her senior VP of European production.
Rupert Murdoch's FX has outbid Comedy Central for the cable-TV rights to Columbia TriStar TV Distribution's "Married ... With Children" for a four-year license term, beginning in September 1999.
Imax, the large-format film company with lofty ambitions, reported solid third-quarter earnings Tuesday.
Warner Bros. has purchased Stephen Berger's spec script "The Belle" for DiNovi Pictures and Village Roadshow.
Sony Corp. said Tuesday it will shift 65 billion yen ($542 million) in stock, mostly shares held in companies outside its group, to its pension reserves in order to reduce the shortfall in its…
CBS picked up nine additional episodes of the Monday drama "L.A. Doctors" and five more episodes of Faith Ford's Wednesday comedy "Maggie Winters."