It's the salad days of summer abroad as the season looks fairly certain to propel "The Lost World: Jurassic Park," "Batman & Robin" and "Con Air" to higher altitudes than their domestic results.
When it comes to music kudocasts, CBS will be more than a little bit country. The Eye web has picked up the Academy of Country Music Awards, a staple for 19 years on NBC, after the Peacock wouldn't…
The Clinton administration's latest pick for FCC commissioner, Gloria Tristani, is "probably a middle-of-the-roader" when it comes to the First Amendment, but she claims no pre-conceived notions when…
The Clinton administration appears to have fumbled again in its efforts to nominate a replacement for FCC chairman Reed Hundt.
PBS announced production on six new programs Sunday at the Television Critics Assn. press tour event in Pasadena, with the list headed by plans to run a six-hour miniseries about the African…
Beacon Communications' "Air Force One," starring President Harrison Ford as a one-man anti-terrorism unit, soared to a commanding $37.1 million and lifted the weekend box office to its highest…
Terry Lawler has joined New York Women in Film & Television as executive director. Prior to joining the organization, Lawler served as director of development and production at Women Make Movies, a…
The stereotypical catch phrase "No sex please, we're British" may have to be amended. How about "No sex please, unless Smokey's on the CD player"?
Americast, the $100-million-a-year television venture set in motion early in 1996 by Disney and four phone companies, has eliminated its programming and marketing departments.
Imagine Television, the newly formed TV arm of Imagine Entertainment, has tapped Skip Chasey senior VP of business affairs.