If it's December, this must be the time for annual predictions of the coming year, and the first prognosticator out of the gate sees a rosy future for most of the TV business.
Chuck Woolery is set to host a syndie revival of the gameshow "$25,000 Pyramid" for Columbia TriStar TV Distribution, although the denomination may be adjusted for inflation.
After nearly a year of negotiations, Lakeshore Entertainment has finalized a deal with the creators of "Il Postino" (The Postman) to adapt Isabel Allende's epic love story "Eva Luna" for the…
Former Yorkshire Tyne-Tees Television chief exec and chairman Bruce Gyngell has returned to his old stomping ground at Kerry Packer's Nine Network Australia as chairman of the web's international arm.
It's open season once again on the Internet for Lee-gazing. Pamela Anderson Lee and Tommy Lee agreed Monday to allow a World Wide Web-based adult video distributor sole license to distribute the…
Jay Stern, who supervised the making of "Money Talks" and "Love Jones," has been promoted to senior vice president for production at New Line Cinema.
The Casting Society of America has named recipients of its 13th annual Artios Awards, granted for superior achievement in the casting profession.
Hoping to create a brand name that has instant cachet among baby boomers and the intellectual set, PBS is getting into the music business by launching a record label.
Exhibitor United Cinemas Intl. (UCI) recently opened its first multiplex in Brazil, the first in a series that the Universal/Paramount joint venture plans for Latin America's largest market.
Just one month after vowing to become a player in Australian movies, Britain's Channel 4 has inked a first-look deal with the Australian Film Commission.