Canada's principal pool of production money, the Canada Television and Cable Production Fund, has exhausted the entire C$82 million ($59.9 million) budget of its license fee program.
News Corp. and Heritage Media Corp. have agreed to give Justice Dept. lawyers more time to study the companies' plan to merge their coupon business.
Dancing and kissing ruled the exclusive box office roster last weekend. Miramax's Japanese-language dancer "Shall We Dance?" twirled back into the top spot with $74,560 from five dance halls on both…
The tiny island of St. Helena in the middle of the South Atlantic Ocean is the setting for research that seems to debunk the perception that TV is bad for children.
The Pacific Insurance Co. of China (PICC) has started to issue profit loss insurance for film and TV productions, marking another step by China toward standardizing its entertainment business.
Fuji Television Network Inc. (Fuji TV) said Monday it has placed orders for mobile terrestrial and high-definition broadcasting centers with Sony Corp. for use during the 1998 Winter Olympics at…
The Fox Network has joined its Big Three brethren as a client of Statistical Research Inc.'s Smart project, which is competing with Nielsen to come up with easier and cheaper ways to find out who's…
CBS has bought broadcast rights to "Without a Doubt," former prosecutor Marcia Clark's book on the O.J. Simpson murder trial, which will air as a two-hour movie on the Eye web.
Former Sony Corp. of America chieftain Michael Schulhof has re-emerged in a company's boardroom with the announcement Monday of his appointment to the chairman's seat at Animation Science Corp., a…
Pics competing from the U.S. took the top prizes at the 27th Giffoni Intl. Film Festival, a showcase for family and children's films that wrapped July 27.
David Cavanagh has been tapped head of TV at multicultural and multilingual pubcaster SBS.