Just 16 months after buying Argentina's Canal Neuve and only weeks after relaunching it as Azul TV, Paul Ramsay's Prime TV is quitting the $130 million flirtation it hoped would transform it from a…
Paramount-based MTV Films and Aurora Prods. have optioned the spec script "Disco Inferno" from writers Bernard Deniger, Paul Pare and Terence Bowman.
Globo's 1 million subscriber MSO Globo Cabo, Brazil's top cable player, delivered solid results for 1998 but faces a bleak post-devaluation 1999.
With most TV industry analysts predicting that it's just a matter of time before both CBS and NBC hook up in some way with a Hollywood studio, every meeting of webheads and studio toppers is enough…
In Comedy Central's first programming move under new prexy Larry Divney, the cabler has greenlit production on a half-hour talkshow starring Ben Stein.
The Icelandic Parliament approved legislation Thursday to make the country a more attractive destination for filmmakers by offering reimbursements for the production of domestic and foreign films.
As his next film Frank Darabont has agreed to direct and produce "The Bijou," a romantic comedy for Castle Rock Entertainment, with Warner Bros. distributing domestically.
FROM SHOWEST Banking on nationwide interest in Kevin Williamson's "Killing Mrs. Tingle" and his soon-to-lense "Scream 3," Miramax and Dimension Films unspooled a down-and-dirty product reel Thursday…
While ABC has been touting its broadcast of the Academy Awards as "the Super Bowl for women," the media-buying unit of Grey Advertising released a study Thursday to prove it.
Former Live Entertainment chairman Roger Burlage is considering a bid for Harvey Entertainment as interest in the animated character company revives.
CBS has given a cast-contingent order to the 20th Century Fox TV comedy pilot "Heather's Kiss," which is being created by "Home Improvement" writer Howard Morris.