In an apparent endorsement of its development, ABC will put on 11 new series next fall, totaling eight of its 22 hours of prime time.
The Writers Guild of America West will hold a weekend conference June 4-6 featuring sessions with film and TV writers discussing the craft of writing.
Business was relatively slow for exclusive product as the first wave of early bird near-summer wide releases ("Dave" and "Dragon") bowed nationally.
Less than a year after exploding on Fox Children's Network, the animated Caped Crusader is taking crimefighting to the big screen in "Batman: The Animated Movie" for a Christmas release, Warner Bros…
Fox Broadcasting Co. will double-run repeats of "Beverly Hills, 90210" through the summer on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 8 p.m. starting June 1.
Paramount Pictures has snapped up the comedy spec script "White House Party" for producer John Davis and his Davis Entertainment banner, sources confirmed Monday.
Randi Cone will join Rogers & Cowan as exec VP, entertainment, and head of television publicity, relocating from New York to Los Angeles at the end of this month.
Film director James Ivory will receive the University of Oregon's Pioneer Award May 15, saluting him as one of the college's most distinguished graduates.
Is Germany's planned video music channel Viva going to live up to its name and come alive? The station's fruitless search for investors has been the subject of much erroneous press speculation lately.
The Australian Broadcasting Authority flexed its muscles late Friday night to investigate the corporate structure of one of the successful bidders for a pay TV license.
ONE FILMMAKER NEVER TO BE counted out is Stanley Kubrick. News that he's adapting Louis Begley's "Wartime Lies" for the big screen stirred up excitement among film buffs who've waited seven years…