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.
Acting on an anonymous phone tip, the Screen Actors Guild has expelled 17 union members because they faked their resumes when applying for membership.
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.
Fox Kids Network will be driving "The Magic School Bus" beginning in fall 1998. Fox Kids has picked up the rerun rights to PBS' animated "science adventure" series, produced by the TV wing of…
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.
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.
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.
Big Ticket Television has inked an exclusive two-year overall deal with "Mad TV" creators Fax Bahr and Adam Small worth low seven figures.
Nimbus CD Intl., arguably the world's largest independent manufacturer and replicator of CDs, CD-ROMs and DVDs, is getting tough on software pirates.
Polygram Filmed Entertainment has won the bidding war for the 1,045-title Epic film library owned by French government agency CDR, beating out contenders with a $225 million offer, other bidders said…
Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Starlight Express" is scheduled to start rolling Thursday in Mexico City, with the backing of the exhibition chain Cinemex.