Italy's left-center government said it will soon introduce a TV bill in Parliament to complement the media reform law passed earlier this year.
The future of Universal TV and USA Network execs was not only on the minds of Hollywood players Monday, but on the minds of the execs themselves.
Once the USA Network cabler and Barry Diller's TV stations are housed under one roof, Diller will try to create a national broadcast-cable hybrid to compete with the major broadcast webs.
Comic actor Dave Thomas has launched a new indie film production company, Maple Palm Prods., with the announcement of an executive staff topped by Bill Bromiley, former Concorde/New Horizons exec VP…
ABC is rejiggering its "TGIF" Friday-night lineup to blunt steady erosion in the two-hour sitcom block.
Columbia TriStar TV Distribution is looking to replace Chris Spencer as host of its struggling syndie latenight strip "Vibe."
Chris-Craft Industries' reduced holdings in the UPN weblet made the difference between profit and loss for the third quarter.
Amid one of the quietest Mifeds for deal-making in memory, London-based Capitol Films bucked the trend by closing a flurry of sales on its eclectic slate of British, American and Irish movies.
Gotham-based production company Redeemable Features has formed a strategic alliance with veteran publicist Cara White to act as producers' reps and sales agents for independent films.
Innovative film and theater director Robert Lepage begins principal photography on "No," his third theatrical feature, this week.
The Directors Guild of America has adopted a policy aimed at establishing a finite 12-hour workday, based on a recently completed report by the DGA Safety Committee.