New music on Broadway will be at a minimum this spring -- and it's got nothing to do with striking (or possibly striking) musicians. After last spring's deluge of seven musical arrivals (only two of…
Ending months of speculation, 20th Century Fox Worldwide Pay Television has signed a wide-ranging pay TV and pay-per-view licensing deal with Spanish media holding Sogecable, owner of pay TV Canal…
The launch of a single digital TV platform in Italy is looking unlikely, after the European Commission wrote to the Italian government and the five partners in the government promoted plan saying…
Comcast Corp., the nation's No. 4 cabler, is contemplating going back on the acquisition trail to increase its 4.2 million subscriber base, Comcast execs told a recent Wall Street briefing, signaling…
For years, the economic health of New York City could be summed up in one number: the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The city's business cycle still moves in tandem with the stock market, but the…
American Film Marketing Assn. executive vice president Tim Kittleson is ankling his post.
The partnership between Village Roadshow and Warner Bros. has picked up an untitled thriller pitch from Michael Petrone for a high six-figure pricetag with Mark Canton attached to produce.
Film stock manufacturer Kodak will announce the winner of its 1998 Aperture Grant on Wednesday.
Children in mainland China will soon be able to watch almost as much originally produced Children's Television Workshop programming as kids in the U.S.
Andrew Solt Prods. announced that it has acquired a 50% interest in Historic Films, an archive library that owns more than 40,000 film titles and 15,000 individual video items.