"If you were putting on lipstick and it went up your nose, what would you do?" "In your opinion, what person had the most impact -- positive or negative -- on the 20th century?"
UPN today will announce a major overhaul of its primetime schedule for fall, which features two new nights of programming but just five returning series and only three that remain in the same…
Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group has acquired Australian, Latin American and South African rights to the Gregg Araki-helmed comedy "Splendor" from Summit Entertainment.
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As the Writers Guild of America prepares for a nationwide June 18 vote on its controversial new contract with producers, leaders of the guild are taking pains to persuade members to approve the pact…
It seems Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" may suffer from an unusual problem with audience estimates on the road.
The failure of a major communications satellite late Tuesday amounted to barely a hiccup for the handful of major TV distribs that relied on the bird, but at least a half-dozen radio pubcasters were…
French producers Pierre Rival and Jacky Ouaknine have signed up Irene Jacob to star in Vyacheslav Krishtofovich's upcoming "The Hour That Never Existed" (the film's working title).
Advertising agency people left Wednesday's CBS upfront presentation at Carnegie Hall with a smile on their faces and in general agreement with CEO Les Moonves' assessment that CBS has a better base…
Miramax has acquired the U.S. and English-speaking Canadian rights to two French films -- "Les Demoiselles de Rochefort" and "Les Amants du Pont Neuf."
Entertainment companies have started looking at the Internet as a new medium to program, rather than a sort of online marketing effort that mainly serves to bolster interest in TV or movie fare.
The bold Fox Broadcasting Co. is back. When Fox announces its fall schedule today, the web is expected to take a chance and move its animated Sunday hit "King of the Hill" to Tuesday night at 8 p.m.…