Independent producer/distributor Trimark Holdings Tuesday announced significantly improved operating results for its fourth quarter and fiscal year, ended June 30.
Hollywood agents, executives and filmmakers said Tuesday that United Artists president John Calley could bring a maverick style to the movie business if the 62-year-old lives up to his track record…
Cheryl Gould and Bill Wheatley have been named veepees at NBC News, following the recently announced exit of the No. 2 exec within the division, exec VP Don Browne.
Columbia Pictures TV has reportedly picked up a piece of the new CBS comedy series "Dave's World" in exchange for freeing up actor Meshach Taylor to join the cast.
A bill aimed at turning off Channel One, the controversial Whittle Communications program that gives schools electronic gear in exchange for allowing TV commercials into the classroom, was blocked in…
Michael Jackson said he is confident the Los Angeles Police Dept.'s criminal investigation that included searches of his homes over the weekend will clear him of any wrongdoing.
Chrysalis Group, the British music and media company, has pulled together its disparate TV and film-related businesses into a new Visual Entertainment Division, as part of a long-term strategy for…
A U.S. District Court judge has rejected helmer John Sayles' attempt to dismiss a copyright infringement suit against him for the film "Passion Fish." The ruling Friday means Sayles will have to face…
Barry Diller's QVC Network, a home shopping TV powerhouse, is making its first foray into syndication with an hourlong talkshow strip hosted by Joan Rivers, "Can We Shop?"
Sony Corp. and Nabisco have teamed up for a multimillion-dollar holiday season promotion that will include homevideos, videogames, CDs and electronic hardware.
Those bracing for the battle between Steven Spielberg's giant submarine and Superman had better not overlook Fox Broadcasting Co.'s "Martin," which got off to a solid start with its season premiere…