PBS' fledgling underwriting sales force lined up $7.7 million in program sponsorships during the third quarter, up from $4 million during the same frame last year, the pubcaster said Wednesday.
An innovative program to develop plays as well as new playwrights is under way Off Broadway at the Cherry Lane.
In a move to strengthen its feature film offerings, News Corp.'s Star TV has bought the first-run pay TV rights to Disney movies in Asia.
Jamie Foxx, star of his eponymous sitcom on the WB network, will fill the shoes of Sean (Puffy) Combs in the role of a quarterback in Oliver Stone's football pic "Any Given Sunday" for Warner Bros.
The Israel Film Festival is gearing up for its 15th annual celebration.
Screen Gems Studios has tapped Bill Vassar as veep of studio sales.
Kerry Stokes' fondness for cost control was stymied on Friday when his Seven Network Australia agreed to pay nearly A$1 million ($630,000) to a former reporter for the now defunct "Witness" public…
MCA Records has sued the members of the groups New Edition and Bel Biv DeVoe for allegedly failing to deliver albums promised under a pair of recording agreements.
NBC News correspondent Richard Roth has ankled the Peacock and is returning to CBS News.
Asbury Communications has launched a marketing services division and named Addie Bua as director of marketing and publicity.
Gordon Bressack has received the first Writer's Guild of America Animation Writers Caucus Animation Award.