In an effort to attract more Internet users to its already popular movie Web site, Hollywood Online will today release another trailer in theaters, its second since July.
Marc Platt Prods., the new company headed by the former prexy of production at Universal, has hired a five-person development staff and is already attached to produce three major Universal projects…
Brazilian media giant Globo has purchased exclusive rights for Brazil games in the 2002 and 2006 soccer World Cups, network officials announced Thursday.
Scandinavian channel launcher Modern Times Group (MTG) will start up a sports channel across Scandinavia, upping the stakes once again in what has become a heated battle over pay TV in the Nordic…
Henninger Prods., an active supplier of nonfiction programming to cable networks, has more than tripled its production budget, jumping from about $1 million this year to $3.5 million in 1999.
Discovery Communications will invest up to $350 million to create Discovery Health Media, which will launch a new cable net devoted to health and medical programming, Discovery announced Thursday.
Alliance Atlantis has pulled the plug on its Pax TV drama series "Little Men" after 13 segs.
The DBS industry's explosive growth may be eroding cablers' market share, but the MSOs are still adding subscribers and remain the dominant player in pay TV, an FCC report concluded Thursday.
The cable industry received a clean bill of financial health Tuesday from Duff & Phelps Credit Rating Co. in a comprehensive report that contends the "industry really does have a new look compared to…
Gretchen Mol, last seen in the John Dahl-directed "Rounders" and Woody Allen-helmed "Celebrity," is near a deal to star opposite Joseph Fiennes in "Forever Mine," an indie written and directed by…