Regal Cinemas Inc., the third-largest exhibition company after swallowing Cobb Theaters, has ordered 10 Imax 3-D theater systems to be built as part of its new multiplexes over the next five years.
BC's decision to name Stu Bloomberg to lead its beleaguered entertainment division may have surprised some industry execs. But few were startled to learn the network had installed another exec over…
With "Dateline" making itself at home on Mondays this summer, NBC has established a comfortable advantage in primetime Nielsens for June 16-22, the first post-basketball week of the rerun season.
The creation of Colombia's first two private TV stations could prove a washout after contenders blanched last week at the prospect of paying a minimum $95 million for the licenses.
Cinepix Film Properties has acquired distribution rights to three award-winning, specialized films, including "Love and Death on Long Island," which premiered in the Un Certain Regard section at last…
News Corp. Wednesday named Roger Fishman to a new senior VP of marketing post designed to tap synergies between company units.
The UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television has presented screenwriting awards to five students for work completed during the 1996-97 professional program in screenwriting.
Former Universal Pictures production VP Carr D'Angelo has been tapped as VP of production for producer Lorne Michaels' Paramount-based Broadway Pictures.
Spanish commercial broadcaster Tele 5 has confirmed its position at the forefront of TV production in Spain by creating a studio and TV production complex, the Picasso Studios.
TV personality Leeza Gibbons has filed an $8 million lawsuit against her former attorney for allegedly giving her advice that led to her being banned from doing infomercials.