Jerome Robbins, the brilliant director and choreographer who helped dissolve the boundaries between ballet and popular dance and who had a powerful and enduring influence on musical theater, died…
ChumCity Intl. is bringing its Toronto Citytv concept to Colombia, in what reps the company's first shot at recreating from scratch its local programming format in a foreign arena.
Neil Braun, who is exiting after four years as prexy of the NBC Television Network, will team with entertainment manager Martin Tudor to launch a group bent on acquiring Polygram Filmed Entertainment.
"King of the Hill" has shifted to Tuesday with an adults 18-49 victory in its 8-9 p.m. hour, but that accomplishment was overshadowed by a dominating performance the next hour by the premiere of…
The BBC has struck a deal to supply international news reports to the PBS station WLIW Garden City (Long Island), N.Y., and by extension to 25 other PBS stations in major U.S. markets.
As expected, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has emerged victorious in the first round of its litigation with Sony Corp. over Sony's right to create a competing James Bond franchise.
Summit Entertainment has promoted several execs in its creative affairs and distribution and servicing departments.
Alliance Communications has picked up Canadian rights to Emir Kusturica's "Black Cat White Cat," which will premiere in competition at the Venice Film Festival.
MTV Films has optioned Josh Berezin's soon-to-be-published book "Getting Into Yale" from Wind Dancer Films, and signed newcomer Eric Fleming to write and direct a feature adaptation.
The NBC Peacock still rules the primetime roost in adults 18-49, but in households this rerun season, NBC's lead has evaporated to virtually nothing.