Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper is reporting today that Monica Lewinsky will give her first British TV interview on that country's Channel 4.
Warner Bros.-based Bel Air Entertainment has optioned Judith Markey's novel "The Daddy Clock" and tapped scribe Jeffrey Lieber to adapt it for the screen.
Cable & Wireless Communications, the U.K.'s biggest cable operator, has posted an after-tax profit of £65 million ($108 million) for the half year ending Sept. 30, compared to a loss of $224 million…
Warner Bros. has struck a deal for "American History X" scribe David McKenna's pitch "National Office," which is being developed as a starring vehicle for Matt Damon.
Dick Clark Prods. Inc., reported a slight dip in first quarter revenues of $13 million Tuesday, compared with $14 million a year ago, along with a 2.5% drop in net income, as a result of lower revs…
Talk Media, the multimedia venture set up by Miramax in partnership with former New Yorker and Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown and former Vogue publisher Ron Galotti last July, is starting to fill its…
Statistical Research Inc.'s chances of creating a competitor to Nielsen have gone from bad to bleak, as CBS said it will probably not invest in SRI's Smart ratings system.
Michael Jackson has won an apology from the British tabloid newspaper the Mirror in his six-year libel battle to disprove allegations that his face was "disfigured and scarred" because of cosmetic…
British Interactive Broadcasting's consumer brand will be called Open, a name intended to convey the idea that the interactive TV service is "open for business."
Heavy investor demand allowed Rupert Murdoch's new film and television offshoot, Fox Entertainment Group, to increase the size of its initial public offering by almost 50% to $2.8 billion when the…
With a new general manager at the Los Angeles Philharmonic and a new programming objective, the Hollywood Bowl has broken with form and announced its summer subscription series in the fall rather…