Kids' WB! today will announce plans to add a second daily run of the Japanese import "Pokemon" to the web's ayem lineup starting next fall.
In a star-studded gala at the Palace of Culture and Science, E! Entertainment last week launched its Polish-style showbiz channel.
Paul Allen's Clear Blue Sky Prods. has planned its television debut with PBS' WGBH, which will co-produce an eight-hour series on evolution slated for broadcast in 2001.
Cameron Diaz is near a deal to join Drew Barrymore as the second of the three "Charlie's Angels" for the Columbia feature adaptation of the '70s private eye series.
Black filmmakers in South Africa have come together to form an association aimed at wresting control of the industry from their white counterparts.
Aurora Prods. has picked up the comedy spec "Grillhouse Wall" from Canadian scribe Tim Ware and writer-comedian Sean Cullen.
Daniel Sladek and his producing partner Chris Taaffe have made a deal with the Jewish National Fund to produce a feature film based on the life of Zionist movement founder Theodor Herzl.
"Waterworld" director Kevin Reynolds and "Pulp Fiction" producer Lawrence Bender are headed south of the border for a new action comedy, "The Mexican."
Attorney Jeff Frankel, who reps such clients as Eric Roberts and Robert Patrick, has joined the law firm of Colden & McKuin.
Fox O&O KTTV and Univision flagship KMEX paced the local primetime race in the key adults 18-49 demo during the February sweep, according to Nielsen's just-released demographic ratings breakdown.