Basic cable harvested more viewers this May than during any other May sweeps period -- and 30 of the 36 ad-supported cable networks monitored by Nielsen either chalked up more households or stayed…
Terrestrial TV group British Digital Broadcasting is negotiating with Viacom to include services such as MTV and Nickelodeon in BDB's planned launch of 15 TV channels this fall.
The following are the Technical Award winners for the Daytime Emmys: SPECIAL CLASS/ANIMATED PROGRAM Steven Spielberg Presents: Pinky and the Brain – Steven Spielberg, executive producer; Tom Ruegger…
Warner Bros. today becomes the first major studio to officially screen films on its Web site, beginning with a slate of award-winning shorts from student filmmakers at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.
Canadian programmers are returning home from the LA Screenings happy, saying that fragmentation and a surplus of product produced a buyers' market.
Argentinean film exhibition is returning to the levels of the 1980s, when 25-30 new films were released each month.
The Lakers are out of the playoffs, the Dodgers are disappointing yet again, and the Katzenberg-Eisner trial is winding to a close. Where is Hollywood left to turn for high-stakes spectator sports?
With the hit syndie drama hour "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" set to wrap its 5-1/2-year run in November, Studios USA and Renaissance Pictures are prepping for the January bow of two replacement…
Russia's TV police drama "Streets of Broken Lights" -- better known to local auds as "Cops" -- took top honors at Russia's fifth TEFI awards held Thursday in Moscow.
The Mesopotamians considered it mostly an issue of property rights. Ancient Egyptians regulated it to preserve the regal bloodlines. For the History Channel, it's the subject of a five-hour docu…
IN CASE YOU HAVEN’T NOTICED, summer ’99 already has blasted off in Hollywood, and from early indications, it promises to be even more aberrant than usual. Consider the following: The first Hollywood…