Even though it didn't open officially until today, New Line's "Austin Powers 2: The Spy Who Shagged Me," has already started setting records. The Mike Myers-starrer kicks off in a whopping 3,312…
NBC and AT&T have engineered a deal that will extend the carriage of CNBC and MSNBC to the 10-million-plus AT&T cable subscribers through 2008.
Although David Kelley's "The Practice" won last year for best drama, it would be tough to argue that it doesn't deserve it again, coming off a season where the gang was up to their legal briefs in…
Deals are imminent for thesps Billy Zane and Grace Jones to attach to the newly formed Lipman/Sachnoff Entertainment's legit project "A Celebration of the Lizard."
National Geo has pacted with Rupert Murdoch's Star TV for advertising sales and distribution in India.
HBO, which scored 72 noms last year (second only to NBC), may be the first cable net to land a best drama nom with "The Sopranos," a sensational new series from David Chase.
EMI has pacted with Musicmaker.com, one of the largest online distributors of music, in a move that marks the first of several steps in its developing Internet strategy.
Fox's new series offered critics little to glow about this year so the tried and true instead of the outrageous and new will most likely represent the network at the Emmys.
News Corp. has named Anthea Disney to the newly created post of exec VP for content. The longtime News exec will focus on developing new cable channels, Web sites and magazines for audiences not…
Fred Dryer, best known as the TV cop "Hunter," makes his indie debut in "Highway 395," a low-budget film that he will direct, produce and topline.
Sales of pirated music CDs grew 20% worldwide in 1998, the result of rampant illegal manufacturing and a sophisticated smuggling network between Southeast Asia and Latin America.