Universal Pictures has pushed its release of "The River Wild" from summer to fall, with the pic now due to open Sept. 30.
The Clinton administration has proposed a hefty increase in FCC "user fees" to be levied against broadcasters and cable TV operators to pay for an illegal immigrant felon program.
Ross Hering, a 10-year veteran of Lucasfilm Ltd., has ankled the company to launch Monarch Prods., a Hollywood-based feature film production company.
For 10 days this June, New York will be comedy's ground zero as comedians from all over the country descend on the city's second annual Toyota Comedy Festival.
Three new members have been added to a panel advising the Clinton administration on how to build the "information superhighway," but no network TV representatives were among the late additions.
Sam Waterston, Sally Field, Morgan Freeman, John Landis, Penny Marshall, Alan Pakula and Arthur Penn are just some of the cinematic talents who will be shepherding 16 independent filmmakers through…
Twentieth Century Fox's "Bad Girls" came out with both barrels blazing, but its top-spot debut with $ 5,012,200 indicated not a lot of bull's-eyes were being hit.
CBS attorneys entered U.S. District court in New York Monday to defend the Eye web from charges of ageism.
Cablevision Systems Corp. said a U.S. District Court in Richmond, Va., ruled in favor of its Cable Networks Inc. unit in an antitrust lawsuit filed against cable television advertising rep firms.
Rupert Murdoch's satcaster Star TV is buying more ammunition in its Chinese-language program battle with Television Broadcasts Ltd. via a new three-year deal with Hong Kong broadcaster Asia…
A federal bankruptcy judge turned the operations of Cannon Pictures Inc. over to an interim trustee, in part because one of the new controlling shareholders of the indie is a convicted felon.