ABC Entertainment took steps to remake its ailing primetime schedule, shelving more than a third of its lineup to add five new dramas, five sitcoms, a new Disney movie franchise and a second weekly…
Home Shopping Network chairman Barry Diller has pacted with billionaire Paul Allen to assume Allen's 45% stake in Ticketmaster, according to sources.
President Clinton announced Monday he wants to extend most-favored-nation trading status to China for another year. The trade policy must still be approved by Congress.
Fox Broadcasting Co. today will announce a fall primetime schedule that completely rebuilds Thursday night with two new comedies and a new drama in place of "Martin," "Living Single" and "New York…
Even before its Friday opening, Universal's "Lost World" is frightening people.
Chris Lee has been promoted to president of production at TriStar Pictures. At the same time, Columbia Pictures president of production Barry Josephson has decided to leave the studio to become a…
King World Prods. is close to finalizing negotiations with veteran TV exec Jules Haimovitz to take over the COO post left open since Stephen W. Palley ankled the company last fall.
The largest entertainment consortium in the Spanish-speaking world, Televisa, closed the sale of its stake in satellite operator PanAmSat to Hughes Communications Friday.
Once again, Congress is using prospective revenue from spectrum auctions to fill billion-dollar holes in the budget deficit.
Jim Cameron's "Titanic," whose mega-budget is growing day by day, has been moved completely out of July. Speculation is that it will be released sometime in the fourth quarter as previously reported…
With MGM acquiring Metromedia's production and distribution assets, the futures of Motion Picture Corp. of America founders Brad Krevoy and Steve Stabler are uncertain.