Guns? Butter? No, the major exports from the United States today are more likely to be "Men In Black," LeAnn Rimes' tune "Blue" or a Windows '95 software program.
Viacom, the parent of MTV and Nickelodeon, is threatening to move its European headquarters out of Britain if new regulations allowing the unbundling of TV channel packages go ahead.
The "Seinfeld" syndie renewal streamroller is pulling into the Los Angeles market, possibly as early as next week.
Young Broadcasting announced Thursday that its net loss for the first quarter had widened 32% to $7.3 million, while revenues rose 5.4% to $64.6 million.
Tim McCleary has been appointed to the newly created position of director, media services and special projects, at NBC Entertainment Press & Publicity.
Judith Godreche, the French actress who starred in Patrice Leconte's "Ridicule" and the Leonardo DiCaprio pic "The Man in the Iron Mask," has been set as the female lead in "Entropy" opposite Stephen…
The American Film Institute is promoting its upcoming Eye web spec on America's 100 greatest films with a tie-in Web site.
Hoping to expand its dominant 85% primetime share in Hispanic homes even further, Univision's 1998-99 season will feature a Spanish-language version of the World Wrestling Federation and a host of…
BBC Worldwide and its subsidiary, BBC Worldwide Americas, have entered into a long-term partnership with West 175 Enterprises, a producer/distributor of cooking shows and lifestyle programming.
Spain's conservative government has proposed an ambitious film-financing scheme that would plow as much as $100 million from TV players into local film production.
Mel Gibson, Al Pacino and Robert De Niro could all be available to independent distributors in Japan.