Confusion reigns over the exact place that the new, presumably improved Viacom/Paramount/Blockbuster company will occupy in the entertainment hierarchy. But Wall Street expects to find it among the…
Stone Stanley Prods. has inked 40-episode deals with cable networks Nickelodeon and ESPN that will bring the indie production company's weekly TV production slate to 13 hours.
Ivan Reitman and his Northern Lights Entertainment shingle are making their first primetime pilot, "First Gentleman." The potential one-hour series is for CBS.
Emma Thompson has opted for a lighthearted comedy as her next venture, signing on to star opposite Danny DeVito and Arnold Schwarzenegger in Universal's "Junior."
Amy Brownstein has joined Levine/Schneider public relations as a senior account executive in its emerging talent breakout department. She ankles asassistant to PMK Public Relations senior VP…
Maclean Hunter seems intent on playing hard to get. Four days after Rogers Communications made a $ C2.8 billion ($ 2.1 billion) bid to buy out Maclean Hunter, the takeover target has responded with a…
The business of getting a film permit in and around Los Angeles is about to get much, much easier.
The acclaim for Sally Potter's "Orlando" and best picture/director Oscar noms for "The Piano" and Jane Campion provide an upbeat background to Behind the Camera, a showcase hosted by the Berkeley…
CBS has scheduled the George C. Scott drama "Traps" for 10 p.m. Thursdays starting March 31.
Risking the ire of the homevideo industry, MCA's Universal Pictures said it will not extend the homevid-only window for "Carlito's Way" from the average 30 days.
Promising to become the C-SPAN of jazz music, WorldJazz Inc. will start a 24 -hour TV channel devoted exclusively to the popular genre.