The strike threat that cast a cloud over Broadway in recent days has cleared up, in the wake of Saturday's agreement between musicians and producers that ended fears of a walkout in the crucial weeks…
EXCLUSIVE"Live Flesh" director Pedro Almodovar is in negotiations to make the crime drama "The Paperboy," his first English-language feature with Jan De Bont's 20th Century Fox-based Blue Tulip…
TVN, Poland's youngest net, is in search of longrunning, culture-based programming. The rising cost of buying foreign product for broadcast has prompted the development of Polish-language programming…
ABC's debut of "Two Guys, A Girl and a Pizza Place" was the web's highest new series premiere since "Spin City" launched in September 1996, and the best series premiere on any network this season…
Talkshows and off-network sitcoms were generally soft, but the February sweep was sweet for "Jerry Springer," "Frasier," "Entertainment Tonight," "Judge Judy," "The X-Files" and a handful of other…
Channel 5, the upstart U.K. web which launched last March, lost £87.6 million ($144 million) in 1997, according to the annual results of its 29% shareholder United News & Media.
Hollywood Pictures has paid mid-six-figures for "One Last Fling," a pitch to be written by Stuart Birnbaum and Michael Seitzman.
Kushner-Locke Intl., the sales division of film and TV company the Kushner-Locke Co., has concluded several film package deals in the wake of the American Film Market.
China Central Television's (CCTV) 24-hour international service CCTV-4 will be available to U.S. cable operators April 1 free of license fees and packaging restrictions.
KTLA's news department announced two hires on Thursday: Jon T. Fischer as assistant news director and Ted Garcia as a general assignment reporter.
As ShoWest '98 wound to a close Thursday at Ballys Hotel & Casino, Miramax Films unspooled its first-ever confab reel tubthumping 18 pics to an antsy and somewhat weary audience of some 2,500 exhibs.