ARGENTINA AT&T is looking to invest $1 billion in the Argentine cable industry, according to press reports in Buenos Aires. Sources say the U.S. long-distance giant is in talks with CableVision, one…
Women's figure skating has leapt to CBS' highest Winter Olympics ratings to date, though averages continue to lag behind recent Olympics and CBS expectations.
Canadian kids-TV producer Cinar Films announced Thursday that it will be delivering 340 half-hours of programming in 1998-99, for a total production budget of C$125 million ($87 million).
A proposal to make U.S. law compatible with an international copyright treaty -- a treaty broadly supported by the recording and movie industries -- faces a tough fight in Congress, where it is…
Cable industry veteran Thomas E. Lucas, whose career spans stints with MTV Networks, Discovery Communications and Hanna-Barbera Prods., has been appointed senior VP of marketing for the…
Italy has given final approval for plans to open up the funding of the Venice Film Festival to the private sector.
Two of New York U.'s professional schools have teamed with special effects house Digital Domain to create a new master's degree program for digital producing.
Thom Mount and Josh Kramer, partners in the Mount/Kramer Co., have signed a first-look production deal with Mark Damon's sales and financing organization MDP Worldwide.
Just hours after an important FCC vote, House telecommunications subcommittee chairman Billy Tauzin (R-La.) stopped by the Fox lot Thursday to have lunch with company topper Rupert Murdoch.
Fox Sports Intl. (FSI) has inked an exclusive agreement to carry soccer game action from the highly regarded English FA Premier League on Fox Sports owned-and-operated cable and satellite services…
CLT/Ufa, the joint venture between Luxembourg-based CLT and Germany's Bertelsmann group, has reported a projected LUF2.9 billion ($77 million) loss for 1997 on revenues of around $2.7 billion and is…