MTV's seventh installment of its "Real World" series invades Hawaiian shores today and will continue filming through May.
A group of Harvard law professors has asked a federal court here to rescind the 20-year copyright extension recently approved by Congress.
Hallmark Entertainment's new adaptation of George Orwell's savage political satire "Animal Farm," which, at $24 million, is one of the costliest made-for-cable movies ever filmed, will get a…
Snap, the joint Internet directory and search service from NBC and CNET, on Tuesday said they will launch "Cyclone," a free service for users of high-speed cable modems by March.
Dwight Caines has been upped to veep of market research for the Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group.
Enid Graham and Rocco Sisto have been cast in Primary Stages' production of "The Turn of the Screw." The Off Broadway show is a new adaptation by Jeffrey Hatcher of Henry James' novella about ghostly…
Antonio Mora has been named news anchor for "Good Morning America," Shelley Ross, the program's executive producer, announced Monday.
Frustrated by capacity limitations at cable systems, femme-skewed Hispanic cabler Gems is going after lease agreements with low-powered broadcasters.
Tony Scott's "Enemy of the State" minted a juicy $19.5 million in 19 overseas markets last week, yet exhibs were wistfully recalling the same period last year when "Titanic" and "Tomorrow Never Dies"…
Barry Diller's USA Broadcasting is on the move. After launching the CityVision local programming format on its Miami TV station last June, the USA station group is seriously considering rolling out…
Acting on an oft-pronounced desire for a change in the look of its advertising, Procter & Gamble has retained feature film director Lesli Linka Glatter ("The Proposition," "Now & Then") to helm TV…