In the cutthroat world of talkshow exclusives, it apparently helps to have God on your side. Telemundo's "Padre Alberto" will feature the only formal TV appearance to date with the Cuban uncle…
Clint Eastwood has been tapped a presenter for the Oscar 2000 kudocast.
Stage-turned-screen helmer Des McAnuff is in final talks to direct the DreamWorks laffer "Thursday Night." McAnuff drew acclaim for having co-written and helmed "The Who's 'Tommy' " on Broadway. He…
With David Letterman recuperating from heart surgery, CBS' "Late Show" has figured out a way to liven up the show's format without committing to a steady guest host.
Up about 20% over last year, revenue from British Columbia's booming film and television production industry last year reached C$1billion ($680 million) for the first time.
The FCC on Friday unanimously rejected Sinclair Broadcasting's controversial effort to force the entire television industry -- from set-makers to TV stations -- to reconsider the two-year-old…
United Pan-Europe Communications, Europe's largest private cable company, has moved once again to expand its hold on cable in two separate deals that will boost its subscribership in the Netherlands…
The number of subscribers to Japan's two direct-to-home satcasters topped the 2 million mark at January's end, the satcasters said Wednesday.
USA Networks chief Barry Diller on Thursday emphatically denied a barrage of rumors that he's in talks to buy a movie studio -- more specifically, to take over Seagram's Universal.
The proposed Internet alliance between the U.K. wireless company Vodafone and French conglom Vivendi, which owns stakes in French pay web Canal Plus and the U.K.'s BSkyB, is now free to go ahead…
The British government appears to be backing down on imposing an extra TV license fee to fund the BBC's digital services, and may instead run the gauntlet for an across-the-board boost to the tax.