The ITV net is hoping to reach its annual audience share target by skedding a triple bill of its smash hit "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?" on Christmas Day.
Time Warner publishing imprint Little, Brown has signed a six-figure deal for the life story of relief pitcher Jim Morris.
Elvis Presley is really dead, but he may be coming to a Broadway theater in 2001. Joe DiPietro is writing the book for a musical that will feature a number of songs made famous by the king of rock…
Arun Jaitley, the minister for information and broadcasting, told India's Parliament on Tuesday that the government will allow direct-to-home television when a new broadcasting bill is approved.
More than 40 years after a plane crash killed seven members of the famed 1958 Manchester United soccer team, two companies are developing competing projects about the event.
The Los Angeles Independent Film Festival is calling for submissions for the 2000 event.
Directorial debuts drew the most interest at the first Spanish Film Screenings for Europe, which wrapped here Saturday.
A federal judge has granted the Directors Guild of America's motion to dismiss two of the seven key allegations contained in a lawsuit filed by "American History X" helmer Tony Kaye. But the judge…
The Japanese Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications has granted a broadcast license to a group that includes NTT, marking the first time that the telecommunications giant has entered the…
Artist Group Intl. has tapped Bill Manning exec VP/chief operating officer. Manning will be responsible for the daily operations of the company whose client list includes Billy Joel, Ricky Martin and…
Richard Goleszowski is set to direct "The Tortoise and the Hare," which is being developed as the second film from Aardman Animation under its deal with DreamWorks.