NBC has sent out the word that it will only develop series with studios willing to grant the network partial ownership in new shows or perpetual license fee deals that extend for the life of a…
Mary Lambert, a film and television helmer, has inked to direct the Morgan Creek/Warner Bros. drama "In Between."
The Japanese economy may be going down the tubes, but the country's largest movie company, Toho, said it expects to post record profits for the first half of fiscal 1998 thanks to solid returns from…
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Channel One, the cable TV channel specializing in local news, is shutting down its London and Bristol operations, leaving only the Liverpool service up and running.
Livent could face having to part with as much as $40 million in a potential damages payout from shareholder lawsuits filed in response to its disclosure last month of accounting irregularities…
Producer and former CAA agent Rob Scheidlinger has signed an exclusive overall deal with Buena Vista TV Prods.
Due to objections from federal antitrust officials, Capstar Broadcasting Partners dropped its plan to acquire two radio stations in Texarkana, Texas.
With the company still reeling from revelations of bookkeeping irregularities under the prior regime, Livent Inc. named respected Roundabout Theater exec Todd Haimes to the new position of artistic…
The solo bow from Fugees front woman Lauryn Hill, "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill," was the bestselling album in the nation last week, according to sales data released Wednesday.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. on Wednesday notified 80 employees, including three senior level executives, that their jobs were being cut as part of an overhead reduction campaign by the financially…
While "Saving Private Ryan" continues to fire volleys in theaters, Steven Spielberg has selected two unknown actresses to star in his next pic, "Memoirs of a Geisha."