Richard Schilling has been tapped as producer for "Passions," the new NBC sudser launching July 5.
In an unprecedented show of solidarity, Jackie Chan led an estimated 1,500 protesters Wednesday in a march through the central business district to protest the escalating trade in pirated goods.
NBC pulled the plug on the Paramount comedy "Lateline" Wednesday, while CBS gave the boot to the MGM/Trilogy oater "Magnificent Seven" and ABC ended the midseason drama "Strange World" two weeks…
Fox Television CEO Chase Carey called on lawmakers and regulators to abandon the current broadcast regulatory regime, especially its limit on the number of stations a single company may own.
Don Buckley, who helped launch Warner Bros. Online in 1996, has been tapped to head the studio's newly created new media department within its theatrical advertising and publicity division as senior…
Satcaster BSkyB's $1 billion takeover of the Manchester United soccer club reportedly has not been cleared by the U.K.'s Monopolies and Mergers Commission -- the exact opposite of what emerged in the…
The Canadian Media Guild, which represents more than 3,000 unionized editorial staff at the CBC, has set a strike deadline of noon Friday.
Barbra Streisand's Gotham-based production company has paid five figures up front for exclusive rights to "A Trick of Light," first-time novelist Karen Blomain's yet unpublished story about love and…
The U.S.-based Spean Bridge Co. will open the first of 10 multiplexes planned for Germany in Hamburg, it was announced Tuesday.
The raucous "Jerry Springer Show" was the poll winner among a dozen local schoolkids who took part in a daylong conference on children's programming, "Through the Eyes of Children," sponsored by the…
In a united effort to combat pirated movies, Hong Kong's cinemas will go dark today to protest the growing trade in illegal copies of firstrun films.