The WB has acquired the hit animated series "Pokemon" for the weblet's Saturday morning lineup beginning next month.
Nomination ballots for the Academy Awards must be received by the accounting firm of Pricewaterhouse Coopers no later than 5 p.m. Friday.
Loews Cineplex Entertainment has formed a partnership with the Shooting Gallery to bring exclusive indie film programming to multiplexes in a dozen major cities.
FROM NATPECabler TBS has picked up cable off-network rights to the CBS sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond" for a four-year term beginning in fall 2004.
Warner Home Video renewed for three years its revenue-sharing deal with Viacom-controlled Blockbuster Entertainment on Tuesday, signaling such deals are here to stay.
Boutique New York distrib outfit In Pictures has acquired North American rights to Michael H. Wilson's "In Search of Kundun with Martin Scorsese."
KCBS Los Angeles is expanding its Channel 2 local 5 p.m. newscast to an hour, effective Feb. 1, sources said Tuesday.
Universal is in talks with Hugh Wilson to write and direct a remake of "Topper," the 1937 comedy starring Cary Grant and Constance Bennett as mischievous ghosts who haunt stuffy banker Roland Young.
Miramax's "Shakespeare in Love" took center stage with five nominations when the fifth annual Screen Actors Guild awards were announced Tuesday.
Michael Bezjian, Jon Deer and Dom Valentino have formed a new production company, Outerspace.
Following persistent signs of resistance to Rupert Murdoch's moves in Italy's digital TV industry, Italy's minister for Communications Salvatore Cardinale and the political parties of the ruling…