The Clinton administration will tell the FCC today that it should not relax limits on media ownership, including rules which ban one broadcaster from owning more than one TV station in a market…
Josephson, Sonnenfeld shop deal “Men in Black” director Barry Sonnenfeld and former Columbia Pictures president of production Barry Josephson are shopping a first-look deal together to several…
EMI Music has struck a 15-year worldwide licensing deal with David Bowie for the singer's back catalog, a performance-related agreement that could pay as much as $2 million per year to Bowie for the…
Polygram TV has pacted to distribute domestically the offbeat Alliance Communications drama "Due South," 22 originals of which are being produced for the syndie market beginning this fall. The series…
Stronger box office attendance pushed General Cinemas parent GC Cos. Inc. into the black in the April quarter, when it earned $1.6 million compared with a loss of $1.4 million a year earlier, the…
Alan Frio, a former co-anchor on "Hard Copy," is set to replace Bob Jimenez as co-anchor opposite Tawny Little on KCOP-TV's 10 p.m. news. He starts work at the station June 16.
The Writers Guild of America will hold a weeklong conference in Maui in August to bring scribes together with industry leaders to discuss topics in the industry.
Televisa is expected to announce major cost-cutting and name an unprecedented executive committee as the Mexican media giant unveils a new business plan to investors today in New York.