Investors' newfound enthusiasm for cable spilled over into the broader entertainment sector Tuesday in a rally encompassing all four major conglomerates, cablers and even broadcasters.
The European Parliament gave its final OK Tuesday to the European Union's Television Without Frontiers directive, which will leave unchanged Hollywood's domination of the bloc's TV screens.
Emir Kusturica's "Underground," which won the Palme D'Or at the 1995 Cannes Intl. Film Festival, has finally found a U.S. distributor.
Trimark Pictures has acquired U.S. distribution rights in all media to three films, including Abel Ferrara's "The Blackout," starring Matthew Modine, Dennis Hopper, Beatrice Dalle ("Betty Blue") and…
Oz kiddie rockers the Wiggles are bringing their brand of children's pop 'n' roll to the multiplex.
United Cinemas Intl. continues its aggressive push in Germany with another six multiplexes. Eleven other new complexes were announced earlier this year, along with two in Austria.
Warner Bros Intl. TV Distribution has clinched an unusual 3-year free TV output deal in Scandinavia with the commercial broadcaster SBS and with its chief rivals, the public broadcasters in the…
Hoping to grab a larger share of the viewing pie as the broadcast networks largely snooze away the summer months, Showtime is launching an ambitious program-branding campaign that carries a pricetag…
Animation talent continued to enjoy a seller's market in the past year, with rates for union staffers generally rising to record levels, according to an annual survey by the industry's cartoonists…
Columbia TriStar TV Distribution has renewed "The Dating Game" and "The Newlywed Game" as an hourlong daytime block for the 1997-98 season, and will replace the existing hosts with gameshow veterans…