The corporate migration from Universal TV to the newly minted USA Networks Studios continues with the appointment of U TV alums Vance Van Petten and Arthur Hasson to senior posts at USA.
Roberto Iglesias, a pioneer in Spanish language radio and television, died Feb. 7 of cancer in Glendale. He was 76. Iglesias created the weekly TV program “Varedades,” the first Spanish show to be…
HBO Asia is moving ahead with expansion plans even as its regional affiliates beg for mercy during this period of economic turmoil.
Disney development exec Susan Lyne has been tapped exec VP of movies and miniseries for ABC. Lyne, formerly exec VP of acquisitions, development and new business for Walt Disney Pictures…
Diane Nelson has been promoted to vice president of Warner Bros. worldwide corporate promotions.
Japan's Post & Telecommunications Ministry has apparently cooled its heels about digital terrestrial TV broadcasting by pushing back the start-up date in Japan by one to two years to 2001 or 2002, a…
A one-time $46 million charge for closure of "non-performing" theaters increased Cineplex Odeon Corp.'s net loss to $42.4 million in the fourth quarter, it said Tuesday, from a loss of $9.8 million a…
Gustav S. Eyssell, a former president of Rockefeller Center, Inc. and the chairman of Radio City Music Hall during World War II, died Jan. 28 of natural causes in Hamilton, Virginia. He was 96. Born…
In its seventh weekend out at sea in Italian theaters, "Titanic" became the highest-grossing film in the country's history -- and returning the mantle to a U.S. production for the first time since…
Rialto Pictures plans to release a restored version of Federico Fellini's Oscar-winning "Nights of Cabiria."