France's television regulatory body, the Conseil Superieur de l'Audiovisuel (CSA), has finally accepted that it cannot impose broadcasting restrictions on cable channels beamed into France from…
Warner Bros. has purchased a treatment for a horror thriller titled "Blood of the Gods," about a group of teenagers on a South Seas surfing trip who have to keep their heads as they're pursued by a…
Establishing itself as a cable phenomenon as well as the biggest thing ever to hit Comedy Central, the off-kilter animated series "South Park" on Wednesday night obliterated the viewership record it…
Iwerks, producers of large-format movies and ridefilms, and Oregon-based Will Vinton Studios --- which made stars of the claymation California Raisins and computer-generated M&Ms --- have pacted to…
Consolidated Film Industries, one of the country's largest motion picture film processing and post-production facilities, has tapped Bob Beitcher, an entertainment industry vet with expertise in the…
Continuing the retail branding boom coursing through TV, Nickelodeon is jumping into the fray in time for Christmas with the opening of three Nickelodeon stores in Minneapolis (Tuesday), on Long…
One day after confirming that he'd be leaving the company, Universal TV Group chairman Greg Meidel and HSN Inc. chairman Barry Diller have agreed to reopen talks.
CBS and NBC, which are locked in one of the closest household November sweeps battles ever, are doing some 11th-hour fiddling to squeeze out as many rating points as they can.
Top Fox Kids Worldwide programmer Margaret Loesch is ankling the kidvid supplier, as expected, after months of negotiations on an exit agreement. But it's believed that a non-compete clause…
Granada, the British TV and leisure group, saw its pre-tax profits soar 35% to £650 million ($1.1 billion) in the year to September, with sales up 7% to $6.95 billion.
The Aspen Filmfest is accepting entries for the Aspen Shortsfest, which runs April 1-5.