ABC vet Mitch Metcalf has been appointed senior veep of West Coast program research for NBC.
Trimark Pictures has snatched up domestic and international rights to several "The Blair Witch Project" spoofs, all set to preem on the studio's upstart 'Netcasting site CinemaNow.
Quincy Jones Entertainment and Telepictures Prods. have optioned the TV rights to "The White Guy," a one-man show from newcomer Stephen Hunt about his experiences in an interracial romantic…
Universal Studio Network's feature film channel Studio Universal launched Wednesday in Germany, making it the first territory worldwide where Universal is present with more than one channel.
New Line Cinema is in talks to purchase an untitled pitch by comedy writers Pat Proft and David Zucker.
Seventh Art Releasing has added another docu to its roster, with tyro helmer Fernando Velasquez's "Burning Man: Where's the Fire." Pic looks at the annual Burning Man arts festival.
Hoping to scare up more profits out of its sleeper hit "The Blair Witch Project," Artisan Entertainment on Wednesday said it will release the pic on VHS and DVD as a sell-through on Oct. 22, nearly…
Kirch Group is aiming to raise DM6 billion ($3.2 billion) on capital markets to support its exclusive German pay TV activities.
Tony Danza's Katie Face Prods. has named George Sealey VP of development, overseeing TV movies and series, and reporting directly to Danza.
Entertainment industry lobbyists are opposing a proposal by Senate culture warrior Sam Brownback (R-Kan.) to create a special committee to examine U.S. culture.
The war for preschool viewers is on. PBS Kids Channel, a new 24-hour network, will air kid hits such as "Barney & Friends" one day after they run in their regular PBS timeslots.