Time magazine and CBS News today will unveil a broad multiyear partnership to produce programming related to the coming millennium.
"The Long Way Home," a Holocaust documentary produced by Moriah Films, will open a United Nations symposium "Property and Restitution: A Moral Responsibility to History."
The expanding digital imaging arena was marked by two acquisitions announcements Tuesday involving the Eastman Kodak Co.
United Cinemas Intl. continues its aggressive push in Germany with another six multiplexes. Eleven other new complexes were announced earlier this year, along with two in Austria.
Warner Bros Intl. TV Distribution has clinched an unusual 3-year free TV output deal in Scandinavia with the commercial broadcaster SBS and with its chief rivals, the public broadcasters in the…
Though down 4% from year-ago results, NBC's coverage of the NBA Finals is dazzling the primetime competition and has a legitimate shot at breaking all NBA scoring records this week.
Candidates are being solidified for the upcoming Writers Guild of America election. Daniel Petrie Jr. and Lynn Roth are expected to run for president to succeed Brad Radnitz, who is not expected to…
Tour drivers and garage mechanics at Universal Studios Hollywood ratified a new contract on Tuesday, approving a new pact that attempts to bring the pay of employees more in parity with each other.
Simon Kenny has been tapped senior VP and managing director at Walt Disney Television Intl. (Latin America) and will oversee the regional office located in Miami.
Stephen Weinheimer has been named to the new position of senior vice president of promotion production for Fox Broadcasting Co., reporting to George Greenberg, executive vice president of marketing.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has ordered fugitive Giancarlo Parretti to pay $1.5 billion in damages to Credit Lyonnais in connection with his purchase and subsequent debilitation of MGM in 1990.