The USC School of Cinema-Television has received gifts of more than $1 million from Creative Artists Agency, David and Elizabeth Kirschner and others for its Robert Zemeckis Center for Digital Arts…
Lance Henriksen (Fox TV's "Millennium") will star in the $5 million thriller "The Invitation."
Warner Bros. has never had an arthouse division before, and though it isn't frothing about the idea, president of production Lorenzo di Bonaventura has made it clear that he likes it and wants to…
Walt Disney is selling "A Bug's Life" to pay per view, marking the first time in the history of the studio that a major animated theatrical has engineered a PPV run.
Florida-based Web site developer WebStream has announced the launch of SteveHarvey.com.
"Big Diet," a reality show in which 10 overweight people will vie to lose the most weight in a "golden cage" full of temptations, is the latest variation on "Big Brother" destined for the small…
ABC is beginning to take control of the summer ratings wars, last week winning for the sixth time in seven weeks in total viewers and for the third time in four tries in adults 18-49. Led by three…
Blockbuster is targeting Netizens in a marketing program that could be coming this fall to a mailbox and computer near you.
Time Warner Cable will be able to continue carrying the Hearst-Argyle TV stations in its markets thanks to a deal that includes renewals of Lifetime and pickups of Lifetime Movie Network (LMN).
Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you: Dean Parisot ("Galaxy Quest," "Home Fries") is in negotiations to helm the comedy "The Scared Guys" at Columbia Pictures.
TV Bandeirantes may be the latest major defection from the Brazilian Assn. of Radio and Television Cos. (Abert), a move that would call into question the org's raison d'etre.
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