Despite holes in the marketplace and a general dearth of new product offered at NATPE this year, several new strips emerged from the convention with no clearances in the nation's top markets.
Sixteen London-based staffers of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Group will have to make themselves useful somewhere else: The company quietly downsized its U.K. operations two weeks ago, Daily…
The ShoWest convention March 3-6 and its ShoWest Awards and statuette are not connected or related to the National Assn. of Theatre Owners, contrary to what was reported in Tuesday's story.
The American Film Institute and Otis College of Art and Design have announced plans to jointly launch a digital media design laboratory and program to be housed at Otis. The program, dubbed AFI at…
"Due South," the comedy-action series about a Canadian Mountie patrolling the streets of Chicago, will see a third season this fall despite the absence of a Stateside broadcaster.
Michael Grade has shocked the British TV industry by resigning as chief executive of Channel 4. A Channel 4 statement said only that Grade, the highest-profile figure on the U.K. TV scene, ''wishes…
Mel Gibson, who took home two Oscars last year for directing and producing "Braveheart," will be a presenter on the 69th Academy Awards show.
So you think Fox went a little nuts on the ads and promos for its first-ever Super Bowl telecast, eh? Well, it was mild compared to the barrage MTV packed into "Butt Bowl IV," the cablenet's fourth…
Nickelodeon has slated its 10th annual Kids' Choice Awards for April 19 from the site of the Grand Olympic Auditorium in downtown L.A., where the network plans to construct a "Nick-O-Drome" venue to…
CBS is revamping its Monday, Wednesday and Friday night lineups during March and April in an effort to try out new midseason replacements, as well as current shows in new slots.
Tom Jacobson has signed on to produce Walt Disney's upcoming "Mighty Joe Young," joining producer Ted Hartley and director Ron Underwood in what will be one of the studio's "event" films of 1998.