Radio giant Chancellor Media Corp.'s net loss edged up slightly to $14 million in the September quarter, it said Tuesday, while operational earnings rose sharply.
Fine Line Features has upped its London-based production consultant Ileen Maisel to a full-time post, naming her senior VP of European production.
Rupert Murdoch's FX has outbid Comedy Central for the cable-TV rights to Columbia TriStar TV Distribution's "Married ... With Children" for a four-year license term, beginning in September 1999.
Imax, the large-format film company with lofty ambitions, reported solid third-quarter earnings Tuesday.
Warner Bros. has purchased Stephen Berger's spec script "The Belle" for DiNovi Pictures and Village Roadshow.
Sony Corp. said Tuesday it will shift 65 billion yen ($542 million) in stock, mostly shares held in companies outside its group, to its pension reserves in order to reduce the shortfall in its…
CBS picked up nine additional episodes of the Monday drama "L.A. Doctors" and five more episodes of Faith Ford's Wednesday comedy "Maggie Winters."
Disney Online has tapped Ken Goldstein as senior veep and general manager of its Disney.com and Disney Blast family Web sites.
Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper is reporting today that Monica Lewinsky will give her first British TV interview on that country's Channel 4.
Warner Bros.-based Bel Air Entertainment has optioned Judith Markey's novel "The Daddy Clock" and tapped scribe Jeffrey Lieber to adapt it for the screen.
Cable & Wireless Communications, the U.K.'s biggest cable operator, has posted an after-tax profit of £65 million ($108 million) for the half year ending Sept. 30, compared to a loss of $224 million…