U.K. cable operator NTL has launched an interactive TV service in the British market.
Kenneth Lonergan's play "The Lobby" has been optioned by Mosaic Entertainment for a commercial Off Broadway run this fall.
Jerry Cancellieri and Steve Michaels, who ran 525 Post for eight years, have launched Method, a visual f/x studio in Santa Monica.
Brad Grey, chairman and CEO of Brillstein-Grey Entertainment, has joined the board of councilors of USC's School of Cinema-Television.
Svensk Filmindustri has inked a deal with Buena Vista Home Entertainment to distribute Disney rental product in Denmark.
Latino cabler LAPTV, backed by Universal, Paramount, MGM and Fox, is set to roll out a third film network today.
French television network M6, once tipped to go under in the crowded Gallic audiovisual market of the early 1990s, has announced that 1998 profits rose 29.6% to $61.5 million.
One of a handful of great male jazz vocalists, Joe Williams collapsed and died on a Las Vegas street after walking away from a hospital Monday. He was 80.
The Kirch Group unveiled plans Tuesday to merge digital pay TV web DF-1 and pay TV channel Premiere, and it said holding group Kirch Pay TV could go public.
After several years of controversy, FCC staffers appear to be taking a very close look at allegations that Sinclair Broadcast Group wields extraordinary and improper influence over the business…