CBS has inked a deal with "Party of Five" creators Christopher Keyser and Amy Lippman to develop a one-hour drama series for the Eye web for fall 1999.
The ITV network is proposing the biggest primetime shake-up in its history, with the announcement that it wants to move its flagship news bulletin from 10 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Judy Ranan has been promoted to the position of executive VP and chief operating officer of L.A.-based Citadel Entertainment, a division of Alliance Communications.
Jersey Films has upped Gail Lyon to president of the Universal-based production company run by partners Danny DeVito, Michael Shamberg and Stacey Sher.
ABC has officially passed on the comedy pilot "Earth Scum" from Carsey-Werner in association with Granada Entertainment USA.
While some U.S. exhibitors have reported lower earnings this year, Hoyts Cinemas America is bucking the trend.
The "Seinfeld" auction has begun -- again.
FX has outgrown last year's "FOX Gone Cable" theme to emerge as an entity that no longer needs explanation -- at least not to those who get the cabler's edgy offerings and its new "Please Watch…
Completion bond provider Intl. Film Guarantors has appointed Joan Weidman to the position of senior vice president, production.
Deputy premier Walter Veltroni unveiled Wednesday a series of state financing measures for homegrown films as well as for arthouse theaters.
Like the D-Day landing of troops on Omaha Beach in the opening scenes of "Saving Private Ryan," a platoon of top brass from DreamWorks and Paramount descended Wednesday on Venice, setting the tone…