The high-definition TV picture could get a little clearer this morning when C-Span devotes its daily "Washington Journal" program to HDTV.
Nelvana has acquired the children's book publishing company Kids Can Press in a deal worth C$6.1 million ($4 million).
President Clinton's decision to bomb terrorist targets in Afghanistan and Sudan had Washington tongues wagging Thursday -- but not Hollywood's. Cynical critics in D.C. and across the country said…
Fox/Liberty Networks has named Pyper Davis the president of fledgling cable web Fit TV charged with the task of relaunching it as an exercise and health lifestyle service targeted to women.
NBC's way-out-there sudser "Sunset Beach" continues to pick up ratings momentum, last week surging to its best Nielsen numbers since the show's January 1997 premiere.
As more than 120 reps from stations from around the former Soviet Union gather in Moscow for the region's first TV Forum, signs may be that, after years of looking toward the West for product, the…
The Santa Barbara Intl. Film Festival has issued a call for entries for its 14th edition, which will unspool March 4-14.
Having helped build statewide TV and film production into a $1.3 billion industry, the Florida Film Commissioners Assn. is disbanding to make way for the broader-based org Film Florida.
TCI Intl. is reportedly upping its stake in Argentina's sizable cable biz by purchasing cable programmer Pramer for $80 million.
Former Malofilm Distribution president Yves Dion has been appointed president of Blackwatch Releasing.