In at least a temporary victory for environmentalists, a federal judge issued a 10-day restraining order Monday blocking any land movement at the Playa Vista development, the proposed site of…
Raycom Media on Monday confirmed its rival bid for Lin Television Corp., topping a $1.7 billion offer by Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst, which plans to operate a coveted NBC affil in a new partnership…
NBC has emerged from last weekend's Nielsen battles with a collection of underwhelming victories --- Saturday and Sunday were taken by the two lowest-rated World Series telecasts ever and Friday fell…
Largely on the strength of its appeal to college and high school kids, Mandalay and Sony's "I Know What You Did Last Summer" opened to a spectacular $15.8 million.
Italy's left-center government said it will soon introduce a TV bill in Parliament to complement the media reform law passed earlier this year.
Once the USA Network cabler and Barry Diller's TV stations are housed under one roof, Diller will try to create a national broadcast-cable hybrid to compete with the major broadcast webs.
The future of Universal TV and USA Network execs was not only on the minds of Hollywood players Monday, but on the minds of the execs themselves.
ABC is rejiggering its "TGIF" Friday-night lineup to blunt steady erosion in the two-hour sitcom block.
Comic actor Dave Thomas has launched a new indie film production company, Maple Palm Prods., with the announcement of an executive staff topped by Bill Bromiley, former Concorde/New Horizons exec VP…
Animation vet Maureen Donley has inked a two-year, exclusive producing deal, encompassing both animated and live action fare, with Fox Family Films.
Mandalay and Sony's horror pic "I Know What You Did Last Summer" stalked the top spot with a scary $16.1 million --- the second highest October opening ever. Regency and Warner Bros.' "Devil's…