ProSieben Media AG's pretax profits rose 26% to DM125 million ($71 million) in the first nine months of 1997, the company reported Friday.
Suffering from a box office slump, Warner Bros. performed self-surgery Tuesday afternoon, firing Chris Pula, president of domestic theatrical marketing, after less than a year on the job.
In a busy frame full of surprises at the overseas box office, "Men in Black" finished its foreign campaign in fine style.
Comedian-actress Ellen DeGeneres and MCA Records president Jay Boberg received Bill of Rights Awards Sunday evening at the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California's annual Bill of…
Lin Shaye, a veteran of two Farrelly brothers films, is set to appear in "Something About Mary" for 20th Century Fox.
The Hong Kong Intl. Film Market, or Filmart, has set June 24-26 for its second annual event.
Stakes were raised in the multibillion-dollar battle between Latino satcasters Monday when Sky Latin America inaugurated a satellite uplink center here and rival Galaxy Latin America launched an…
Buena Vista Television is moving forward with plans to produce a syndie talkshow fronted by Robert Urich. "The Robert Urich Show" is described as a lighthearted mix of celebrity interviews and…
Time Warner is heading for a showdown at the Western Cable Show with a number of major cable operators, including three of the biggest: Media One, Comcast and Cablevision Systems Corp.
In the latest sign of Wall Street's doubts about the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer stock offering, one of MGM's Wall Street backers published research Monday that did not urge investors to buy the stock.
Miramax's "Good Will Hunting" bagged the No. 1 slot on the exclusives roster in its first outing.