The Hollywood Black Film Festival is set to unspool 48 films during its second annual competish skedded for late February.
Cable operator Telewest and cable and satellite TV programmer Flextech have confirmed that they intend to merge.
U.S. distrib Latin Universe has lined up three Mexican pics for its initial slate in 2000.
Trimark's 'Net venture CinemaNow has fired up its Web site, pacting with Microsoft and online media distrib iBeam.
Sinclair Broadcast Group dropped another bombshell on Wall Street Friday, revising its business outlook downward for the remainder of 1999 due to weaker-than-expected ad sales this month.
Emerging as one of the most powerful TV execs in Spain, Juan Jose Nieto has been tapped to replace Pedro Perez as prexy of battling Spanish satcaster Via Digital.
With WWF wrestling working wonders for UPN's Thursday sked, execs at the weblet think they've found their next big young male magnet: monster truck racing.
Producer Marilyn Vance has sued her partner, Alan Mruvka, in Los Angeles Superior Court, alleging that he diverted assets from their production company, the Ministry of Film Inc.
Artificial beings, "manic machines" and "controlled bodies" will be the subject of the Berlin Intl. Film Festival's Retrospective 2000, it was announced Friday.
AMS Neve and the late Bill Putnam have been selected to receive technical Grammy Awards for "contributions of outstanding technical significance to the recording field."
The troubled Holland Media Group (HMG) was dealt another blow with the resignation last week of Unico Glorie, the group's director of TV and radio.