Japan took the first step Wednesday in what promises to be a long and convoluted process that could result in new regulations for children's TV programs.
What's four stories high, has 15 screens, and is populated in part by fuzzy Maurice Sendak characters? Welcome to Sony Metreon, the retail megamall -- or "urban entertainment center," to quote…
Filmmaker Michael Apted will receive the 1999 Intl. Documentary Assn. career achievement award Oct. 29. "Michael Apted has earned the respect of his peers for his willingness to tackle controversial…
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FCC chairman Bill Kennard received a standing ovation from cable operators gathered here Tuesday after he said that regulators should keep their hands off the Internet.
Lewis Leone has been tapped as VP of sales for WNBC, the Peacock-owned flagship announced Tuesday.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences presented medals to the winners in the 1999 Student Academy Awards on Sunday.
Virgin Cinemas chairman Robert Devereux is set to become non-exec chairman of indie exhibitor Film Network after making a personal investment in the company.
The Discovery Channel's annual shark week, one of the longest-running stunts on cable TV, will go live for the first time this year with a two-hour special as the kickoff program on Sunday, Aug. 8.
Italy's TV tycoon turned politico Silvio Berlusconi has emerged once again as the country's leading political force.
In yet another chapter of the battle between moguls Rupert Murdoch and Ted Turner, Murdoch's Fox Sports Net South on Tuesday filed a complaint against Turner Broadcasting and Time Warner.