Affirmative action plans are the rage among broadcasters these days, thanks to a challenge to the industry laid down earlier this year by Federal Communications Commission chairman William Kennard.
Forget hard vs. soft: ABC News chief David Westin wants his reporters to go deep when covering the day's events.
Rival Indian broadcast players, Zee TV and Sony Entertainment, are competing fiercely for the sizable Hindi speaking audiences outside India -- primarily the 1.2 million Asian Indians who live in…
Real estate group The Wealden Corp. has taken a minority stake in Legacy Releasing and provided the indie distribber with a revolving $5 million P&A fund.
CBS will premiere its new Saturday morning kids schedule on Sept. 19, the network said Thursday.
The team that gave Anthony Minghella's "The English Patient" its Oscar-winning sheen has signed on to Minghella's follow-up feature, Paramount and Miramax's "The Talented Mr. Ripley."
Dutch niche channel TV10 plans to heavily target families and women when it relaunches as a Fox Group outlet next October.
Jerry Seinfeld will donate earnings from ticket sales of his Broadway perfs to programs benefiting students in the New York City public schools, HBO said Thursday. In addition, he has increased the…
Tribune Co. reported record second-quarter earnings Thursday, with major profit increases from its broadcasting and education divisions.
Oscar-nominated screenwriter Paul Attanasio and producer Katie Jacobs have inked a two-year, first-look deal for their Heel & Toe Films to develop and produce features for Paramount Pictures.
Gemstar Intl. Group has officially rejected the $2.8 billion buyout offer from rival TV program guide developer United Video Satellite Group, which is controlled by cable giant Tele-Communications…