More than half a million visitors are expected to attend this year's Intl. Consumer Electronics & Media Fair (IFA), which takes place Saturday through Sept. 7 in Berlin.
Lifetime Television will sponsor the USA Women's Hockey National Team during its fall and winter tour in preparation for the February 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan.
Television gameshows are back because 1) People are tired of talk shows. 2) They are cheap to make. 3) They never really left.
Angela Bromstad has been named vice president of miniseries and motion pictures for NBC Studios.
Last season, the networks turned to established TV stars such as Michael J. Fox and Bill Cosby to cut through the clutter of 40 new shows. Despite mixed results, including the failure of Ted Danson's…
Fine Line Features, in its first acquisition out of the Telluride Film Festival, has gulped down North American rights to "Passion in the Desert," the feature film directing debut of Lavinia Currier.
Telescene Film Group president Robin Spry announced Wednesday that the Montreal-based company has hired two new executives to consolidate the management team following Telescene's recent public…
Oscar may be coming home to Hollywood. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences is in preliminary discussions with developer TrizecHahn Centers to move the Academy Awards ceremony into a…
The Motion Picture Assn. has inked a new agreement with the World Customs Organization aimed at further combating international piracy.
Ellen Albert has been upped to VP of planning and design for MTV Networks from her director post.
Tracy Scoggins will in effect replace Claudia Christian as the female lead in Warner Bros.' "Babylon 5," which has just gone back into production for TNT after a four-year ride in firstrun…