UPN has pulled the plug on its Friday drama "Legacy," according to sources, while Fox is preempting its "World's Wildest Police Videos" series for the May sweeps.
The new Craig Kilborn-hosted version of "The Late Late Show" got off to a solid start in the ratings Tuesday, attracting a slew of new young male viewers to the Eye web's latenight lineup even as…
Silvio Berlusconi's Mediaset communications group has announced robust financial results for 1998. Consolidated net profit for the year rose to $324 million, a 19.6% increase for Italy's leading…
Daniel Sladek and his producing partner Chris Taaffe have made a deal with the Jewish National Fund to produce a feature film based on the life of Zionist movement founder Theodor Herzl.
Warner Bros. is in final talks to pick up the espionage thriller "The Catcher Was a Spy" as a vehicle for George Clooney to star, with Clooney, Robert Lawrence and Andrew Lazar producing.
A deal has been inked for helmer James Lapine to mount his new play, "Who's On Top," Off Broadway at Playwrights Horizons.
Radio advertising revenues soared 18% in February, prompting Radio Advertising Bureau head Gary Fries to call the four-week period "as good a month as radio has ever had."
SBS Broadcasting's chairman and CEO Harry Evans Sloan told Daily Variety the company has put plans to move into Poland "at the top of its agenda."
Connecticut's down-to-the-wire upset win over Duke in Monday's men's college basketball championship game left this year's contest with the lowest hoops final ratings since 1972 and the lowest ever…
Universal Pictures has upped senior veepee Edward Egan to executive vice president of Universal Pictures Marketing, where he now will serve as second-in-command to prexy Marc Shmuger.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer may ask its bank lenders to increase its $1.3 billion credit line by $200 million to cover its funding needs in coming months, the Lion said in a Securities & Exchange Commission…