When it comes to the subject of cable and the Primetime Emmy Awards --- as with the CableAce Awards --- one truth remains evident: There is HBO, and then there is everybody else.
This year's National Spotlight Program at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival will focus on pics from the Balkans, fest organizers announced Wednesday.
DreamWorks TV co-chief Ken Solomon has been named the new president of Universal TV in place of Tom Thayer, who resigned last week and signed a production pact with the studio.
The Halloween queen lives on --- and not just in West Hollywood. Elvira, Mistress of the Dark --- the macabre vamp with the risque shtick who for years served as a syndicated hostess of fright films…
Won't let go: Two shows have won the top Emmy for primetime series over four consecutive years: “The Dick Van Dyke Show” (1963-66) and “Hill Street Blues” (1981-84). Like a handful of other shows…
Granada, the British media and leisure group, reported a 33% rise in pre-tax profits to £243 million ($389 million) for the six months to March, buoyed by its acquisition of the Forte hotel chain.
Digital Domain has named former R/GA Digital Studios head of production Nancy Bernstein as executive producer, reporting to production president Ed Ulbrich.
Broadway loves a happy ending, and the 1996-97 season offered a shipload. Receipts for the frame hit a record of nearly $500 million, attendance was at a 16-year high, a $10 million musical torpedoed…
With more than 612,000 copies of its latest album ringing retail registers last week, rappers Wu-Tang Clan topped the album sales chart and scored the second biggest debut of 1997.
At first glance, one might swear the bearded character on the tube before them is a man.