Last year's Cottesloe Theater production of Michael Frayn's "Copenhagen" is Broadway bound next year, courtesy of producers James Nederlander Sr., Elizabeth Ireland McCann and Roger Berlind.
Veteran ABC News anchor Forrest Sawyer is ankling the Alphabet web after failing to reach agreement with the net on a new long-term deal.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has announced rule and procedure changes for the 1999-2000 primetime Emmy awards.
"Annie," the ABC telepic being produced by Neil Meron, Craig Zadan and Chris Montan, has imminent deals with a plethora of Broadway thesps to star.
The New York Times has tapped Towers Prods. to deliver a two-hour History Channel retrospective adapted from the newspaper's special Sunday magazine issues examining great moments, movements and…
Led by No. 2 player TVA, 17 Brazilian pay TV operators have clubbed together to form buying cooperative Neo TV.
Representatives of three entertainment industry guilds will join the non-profit org Population Communications Intl. to examine social problems such as teenage parenthood, battered women and diseases…
A California appeals court Thursday rejected a bid by Frank Sinatra Jr.'s kidnapper to sell his story to a movie studio for $1 million, saying that a state law barred criminals from making money off…
In its first deal to acquire telefilms, NewStar Media has bought the overseas rights to five pics to be produced by Showtime and Flashpoint Ltd.
Just For Laughs: The Montreal Comedy Festival, skedded to run July 15 to 25, will feature many new comic works, as well as returning favorites. In its 17th year, Just For Laughs is the world's…
Carlton Communications has posted mixed results for the six months ending March 31 despite headline pre-tax profits of £170 million ($272 million), up 5%, on sales of $1.6 billion, up 10%.