In a first for the network, NBC has agreed to share the launch of the new Dick Wolf drama series "Sex Crimes" with USA Network in a deal tied to a long-term renewal of "Law & Order."
DreamWorks invaded Westwood Friday night for the world preem of "Forces of Nature."
New movies about unconventional Indian woman are facing flak not from censors but from axe-wielding politicos.
Actors earned a record $1.63 billion under Screen Actors Guild contracts in 1998, about $32 million more than in 1997, the guild announced Monday.
Turner Broadcasting System Europe has appointed six in-country and regional managing directors, the next stage in localizing its international operations.
Rhombus Media is teaming up once again with Don McKellar, writer-director-star of "Last Night" and co-writer of "The Red Violin," both Rhombus productions.
Apparently seeking to strengthen its control over the media, Russia's parliament, the Duma, voted last week to set up a body to regulate broadcast morality.
NBC's second network showing of "Schindler's List" give the web a narrow Sunday victory in adults 18-49 and weeklong wins in both that demo and households.
In Comedy Central's first programming move under new prexy Larry Divney, the cabler has greenlit production on a half-hour talkshow starring Ben Stein.
The Icelandic Parliament approved legislation Thursday to make the country a more attractive destination for filmmakers by offering reimbursements for the production of domestic and foreign films.