Blaise Noto, a seven-year Paramount veteran, has been promoted to executive VP of worldwide publicity for the studio's motion picture group.
After a long and heated battle for control of Germany's digital pay TV market, Leo Kirch and Bertelsmann have agreed to become equal partners in pay TV channel Premiere.
Fox paid mid-against-high six figures for "The Point," a pitch best described as "The Rock" set at the West Point military academy, sources said.
In a stunning corporate move, ABC executive Stuart Bloomberg is expected today to be named chairman of ABC Entertainment, over ABC Entertainment president Jamie Tarses, sources said.
PBS on Monday announced four new preschool series as well as a new corporate underwriter for two of its kids series, "Barney & Friends" and "The Puzzle Place," during its annual meeting in Dallas.
Three Clyde Ware screenplays are set for production under the Millican/SW Ltd. Prods. banner. Pics, all in the $5 million budget area, are being backed by Texas oil tycoon David Millican. First out…
The Chicago Bulls' "drive for five" in the NBA Finals helped drive down national ratings for most firstrun access strips in the week ending June 8.
A potential windfall of new advertising revenues emerged as the key motive behind the deal by News Corp. and Liberty Media to buy 40% of Cablevision Systems Corp.'s sports networks for $850 million.
Showtime has announced it will begin running 19 installments of the original anthology series "Dead Man's Gun" on July 13, four months after the show's debut in an original trilogy.
Vibe magazine has agreed to become the founding sponsor of the Urbanworld Film Festival, a competitive fest designed to showcase black cinema.
ProSieben Media, the first German television group to go public, announced on Monday that it will sell its shares at a rate of between 66 and 72 marks ($38.37 - $41.64).