TNT and USA networks tied for the lead in January's cable primetime ratings race.
Time Warner and MediaOne agreed Tuesday to trade cable systems, boosting both companies' stakes in the Northeast, Southeast, Midwest and Western regions.
Two Latin Americans number among this year's winners of the Sundance/NHK Intl. Filmmakers Awards, which honor emerging filmmakers from four parts of the world and help fund their next screenplays.
Good Machine Intl. has picked up the British romantic comedy "This Year's Love" for worldwide sale outside the U.K. from the pic's financier, Entertainment Film Distributors.
The Canal Plus Group has won two breakthrough decisions in lawsuits against cable operators in Holland and Belgium.
Perrin Beatty, president and CEO of the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. (CBC), will ankle the top job at the Canuck pubcaster later this year.
Sony Signatures and Madonna announced a long-term agreement Tuesday that gives Sony's merchandising arm exclusive retail licensing and tour merchandising rights for the multihyphenate.
The death last Saturday of the most popular of the Bowery Boys, Huntz Hall, has put a slight crimp on the elaborate promotional plans that Turner Classic Movies is planning for a summer blitz of the…
Broadcasting biz veteran David Woodcock is returning to the Chris Craft/United TV fold as the new prexy and general manager of KCOP Los Angeles.
Munich-based Bavaria Entertainment's newly acquired daughter company, the Monaco Film Gruppe, will seek a public listing this year.
Australian director Francine McDougall has signed on to helm DreamWorks' teen comedy "Slap Her, She's French," which is set for a May start.