SBS Broadcasting posted a 25% rise in revenues in its first quarter of 1999, but its net losses were reduced only slightly from figures posted a year earlier.
Fox will bench the struggling drama "Millennium" for the summer months, filling its Friday 9-10 p.m. slot with reruns of the latenight sketch comedy series "Mad TV" as of June 4.
Joshua Rose has ankled the executive veepee post at f/x house VisionArt Design & Animation to launch his own indie production shingle, Whisdom Entertainment Inc.
Burger King Corp. will transform most of its 7,900 units around the country into Teletubbylands next week and even serve up "tubby custard" as part of its extensive promotion with the Itsy Bitsy…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has named Torene Svitil as credits coordinator.
Kerry Packer gained effective control of Hoyts Cinemas on Tuesday after increasing his offer by 5¢ to $1.31 a share.
Pappas Telecasting Companies has inked a $28 million deal to buy Houston TV station KVVV from home-shopping conglom ValueVision Intl.
MTV greenlit four musicvideo shows to premiere on its morning lineup later this spring, announced Brian Graden, executive VP, programming, MTV.
The gala opening of the Venetian here, which threatened to be a public relations disaster, was pulled off, but not without several hitches.
CBS Corp. hopes to increase its cash flow at least 20% in 1999, CBS CEO Mel Karmazin told shareholders Tuesday, noting the Eye was "making progress" in lifting television earnings but still had room…