Continuing its multiyear trend of strong Stateside growth, the Latin music market posted an 11% increase in sales for the first half of 1999, while English-language works were mostly flat for the…
Angela Bromstad and Cheryl Dolins have been appointed veeps of primetime series for NBC Studios.
A U.S. Appeals Court has upheld the Federal Communications Commission's authority to shut down unlicensed broadcasters.
MTV has inked a five-year licensing deal with Simon & Schuster Interactive to create a series of vidgames based on the music cabler's popular animated show "Daria" for both the PC and Playstation.
Artists Television Group has optioned David Marlett's TV drama "The Company Firm," based on Marlett's own experiences as a lawyer recruited by the CIA.
Edward Windsor, better known as Prince Edward, has recruited top Hollywood stars to participate in a documentary on the paparazzi being made by the his TV company, Ardent Prods.
Canuck film and TV producer Robert Lantos strutted away with $8 million in severance, bonus and stock options when he left Alliance Atlantis Communications, the company told Daily Variety.
Warner Bros. has sold four of its theatricals -- "Deep Blue Sea," "Mickey Blue Eyes" and the upcoming "Chill Factor" and "Three Kings" -- in a combination first-broadcast window to NBC and Turner…
While Cannes itself is certainly one of the premier resort towns of the world, after two weeks of nonstop screenings, deals and parties, a harried film exec might want to unwind in a different…
The California Legislature is formally asking President Clinton and the Congress to take a hard look at the state's film industry losses to foreign countries -- and to promote legislation that would…
The French government is coming under increasing pressure to save pubcaster France Television from serious financial difficulty.