Former "Today" anchor Bryant Gumbel will be the lone host of "The 49th annual Primetime Emmy Awards" Sept. 14 on CBS, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced Tuesday.
Mike Newell and Alan Greenspan's Dogstar Films is joining forces in London with David Parfitt and Liz Barron's Parfitt Prods. to form Dogstar U.K.
HBO Enterprises has lined up three foreign co-production partners for its 13-hour docudrama "From the Earth to the Moon": France's Canal Plus, Germany's CLT/ufa and Spain's Sogecable.
Jonathan Frakes' Goepp Circle Prods. has inked a two-year, first-look arrangement with Paramount Pictures, under which the actor-helmer will develop and direct an unspecified number of feature films.
CBS has named a new general manager of its Boston O&O station in the first exec shift under new CBS Stations prexy Mel Karmazin.
Investors' newfound enthusiasm for cable spilled over into the broader entertainment sector Tuesday in a rally encompassing all four major conglomerates, cablers and even broadcasters.
The European Parliament gave its final OK Tuesday to the European Union's Television Without Frontiers directive, which will leave unchanged Hollywood's domination of the bloc's TV screens.
Emir Kusturica's "Underground," which won the Palme D'Or at the 1995 Cannes Intl. Film Festival, has finally found a U.S. distributor.
Trimark Pictures has acquired U.S. distribution rights in all media to three films, including Abel Ferrara's "The Blackout," starring Matthew Modine, Dennis Hopper, Beatrice Dalle ("Betty Blue") and…
Oz kiddie rockers the Wiggles are bringing their brand of children's pop 'n' roll to the multiplex.