Warner Bros. has caught producer David Foster's pitch "Cold Fire," a military thriller set in modern-day Vietnam from scribe Ron Roose.
Gearing up its film acquisitions strategy to include production financing in support of its growing number of video exclusives and the launch this year of a video-on-demand service, Blockbuster has…
Negotiations between the New York Yankees and Madison Square Garden over a new contract for exclusive rights to Yankees' games are headed for the bargaining table instead of the courts.
Turner Broadcasting has pulled in new subscribers to three of its cable networks, adding 1.5 million households each to Turner South and Cartoon Network and propelling TBS' total to 80.8 million…
Hearst-Argyle Television co-CEO Bob Marbut will resign at the end of the year, leaving prexy/co-chief exec David Barrett as the company's sole topper.
Mapping another development in the gale-force fury over Hollywood and the sale of violence to kids, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) will attempt to parachute into the storm's eye Wednesday when he…
Striking union actors have disciplined half a dozen members for breaking ranks by performing in non-union commercials, handing out punishments including fines, suspension and several weeks of service…
Star TV has signed a deal to take a 26% stake in India's Hathway Cable and Datacom. Acquisition price is said to be $50 million-$70 million, though the two companies have yet to announce the signing.
The FX cable network has handed Howard Stern a second 13-episode order of his raunchy half-hour comedy "Son of the Beach."
In the first acquisition of the IFP Market, Seventh Art Releasing has bought world rights to "The Big O," a docu about the female orgasm, with Seventh Art prexy Udy Epstein and Nuance Prods. head…
"Superman" is flying back to primetime via the WB. Pacting with sister studio Warner Bros. Television and Tollin/Robbin Prods., the Frog has ordered 13 episodes of an hourlong adventure-drama about…