Italy's pubcaster RAI is planning to spin off all its new-media activities into a new company and list them on the stock market, daily paper Sole 24 Ore reported Tuesday.
Amy Goldberg has been upped to senior veep of motion pictures and television at Fox Family Television Studios and Saban Entertainment.
The National Film Preservation Foundation tapped 23 archival organizations for federally funded grants that will promote the cause of saving deteriorating prints.
USA Films has teamed with Cary Brokaw's Avenue Pictures to produce the feature adaptation of "Everybody Was So Young: Gerald and Sara Murphy, A Lost Generation Love Story," which is currently being…
Celebrating its 35th anniversary and its millennium edition, the Karlovy Vary fest adds two days to its 2000 calendar.
USA has locked up the basic-cable rights to the Warner Bros. sitcoms "Martin" and "Living Single" for a license fee that will add up to about $21 million for the two.
DreamWorks' "American Beauty" and NBC's "The West Wing," from Warner Bros. Television, won kudos Wednesday for the year's best publicity campaigns in film and TV at the Publicists Guild of America's…
It's gonna be a long summer: Nielsen is expected to announce today that the 2000-01 TV season will kick off on Oct. 2, two weeks later than usual.
Calling it the "single most important deal" in the company's history, Germany's kidvid hotshots EM.TV confirmed Wednesday the acquisition of a 50% stake in Formula One racing.
Armchair "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" players can now get interactive.
A suspect pleaded innocent, Robin Williams will be acting innocent, and Oscar frenzy -- and joking -- have reached a fever pitch.