Last year's shareholder battle for control of Western Intl. Communications continues to take its toll as the company reported its nine-month operating results Wednesday.
A deal for "Spinning Into Butter," a new and controversial play about race relations by Rebecca Gilman, seems to be in the offing at Lincoln Center Theater.
"Seinfeld" fans may soon be able to watch a spinoff of the smash hit NBC sitcom that ended its long run in May 1998. Producer Castle Rock TV is in the early stages of developing a spinoff called "The…
Stanley H. Durwood, the feisty and controversial theater exhibition magnate, died Wednesday at the age of 78.
Post-production house Todd-AO reported sharply lower third-quarter profits Thursday of $62,000 versus $1.6 million a year ago, due to a soft demand for sound services in the Los Angeles market and…
Dutch-born director Paul Verhoeven's classic 1973 film "Turkish Delight" has been selected the best Dutch film of the century.
Ted Koppel has quashed the rumors that he and his "Nightline" exec producer Tom Bettag may quit the show when their contracts with ABC News expire in mid-2000.
It was feast or famine this week in the syndicated ratings wars as fireworks, Pete Sampras and summertime blues threw syndicators a mixed bag of ratings success. Preemptions and younger audiences…
Sportvision Inc., a New York-based developer of sports-related software for television broadcasts, said it has received $9.3 million in second-round financing from Bay Partners, Intel Corp., Orion…
A year after Hughes, Cisneros and Argentina's Clarin group launched their Direct TV in Argentina, business is blossoming, according to its general manager, Carlos A. Pratola.