Animation and interactive arts team Susan Bernstein and Dan Kuenster have left their posts at CD-ROM and Internet content development company 7th Level Studio and set up shop as Zoom Cartoons…
CBS is bringing "Murphy Brown" back to its old Monday stomping grounds next month for the six weeks leading up to the one-hour series finale May 18.
U.S. exhib General Cinema has inked a deal with Argentine developer Cinema Paradiso to build what it believes will be the largest venue in Latin America, a 21-screener to seat 4,500.
Capping months of on-and-off negotiations, New York-based SFX Entertainment is close to acquiring Avalon Attractions, the L.A.-based concert promotion firm led by Brian Murphy, for $22 million…
NBC is off to a competitive start with its two Tuesday newcomers, "For Your Love" and "Lateline."
ABC's recently departed on-air promotion chief Jim Vescera has rejoined former employer NBC as VP of on-air promotion and NBC 2000.
MPAA president Jack Valenti will be the keynote speaker at the North Carolina School of the Arts' three-day gala April 16, 17 and 18 to dedicate its $30 million North Carolina School of Filmmaking in…
Universal Pictures has fallen head over heels for Tom Flynn's "Anything for Love," with Will Smith and Whitney Houston attached to star, the studio confirmed Wednesday.
Steven R. Molen, an associate producer on last year's hit "Men in Black," has been promoted to second-in-command of physical feature production at DreamWorks.
Stephen Frears is near a deal to direct John Cusack in Touchstone Pictures' "High Fidelity." The Nick Hornby novel has been adapted by Cusack and his "Grosse Pointe Blank" writing partners Steve Pink…
Bavarian media mogul Leo Kirch will be required to broadcast major World Cup soccer matches on German free TV, German state premiers ruled on Wednesday.