Saturday morning tyke leader Kids' WB! has altered its lineup slightly, adding a second run of "Men in Black" and finding a new weekday afternoon slot for the hit phenom "Pokemon."
House and Senate negotiators spent Thursday night nailing down the final details of a bill that will allow satcasters to provide local broadcast channels with the goal of holding a final vote on the…
It may be the year of the drama in primetime, but in daytime it's anything but. Through the first six weeks of the new fall season, 12 of 14 network daytime series are showing losses vs. last year in…
Reaffirming the roots of the Turin Film Festival as a showcase for young talent and for unconventional, cutting-edge cinema, new fest director Stefano Della Casa has unveiled his lineup of over 300…
The filmmakers behind the indie romantic comedy "The Storytellers" have turned to newly launched ticketing Web site Acteva.com to offer free passes to the pic's January premiere.
Gregory Mosher and his producing partner Arielle Tepper are in negotiations with the Shuberts to secure the Belasco Theater for a Broadway transfer of "James Joyce's The Dead," by Shaun Davey and…
WNBC's nightly news anchors, Chuck Scarborough and Sue Simmons, and its sports anchor Len Berman, will preside over the live coverage of the 1999 New York City Marathon on Sunday.
After years of declining interest in the 1990s, the Monte Carlo TV market (Feb. 20-23) may get a new lease on life.
Children's Television Workshop announced this week a cluster of key exec promotions.
Young Broadcasting Inc. reported a 2% boost in third quarter net revenues of $64 million, while posting a loss of $5.4 million, compared to a $12.8 million of operating income for the same period in…
In the latest round of promotions at 20th Century Fox, the studio has reorganized its finance department, with several executives being given new titles and areas of responsibility.